When to Use the Subjunctive II

When to Use the Subjunctive II - When to Use the...

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See More About: From About.com When to Use the Subjunctive II The German Subjunctive subjunctive german verbs german grammar (Continued from Page 1) German Verb Guide > Subjunctive I > Intro: Subjunctive II > Subjunctive II Here are some examples of how the Subjunctive II can be used in German. The Konjunktiv II is used in the following situations: The last two lines in the traditional German song, "Mein Hut," are subjunctive (conditional): Mein Hut, der hat drei Ecken, Drei Ecken hat mein Hut, Und hätt' er nicht drei Ecken, dann wär' er nicht mein Hut. My hat, it has three corners, Three corners has my hat, And had it not three corners, (if it didn't have. ..) then were it not my hat. (...wouldn't be my hat) How Do You Form the Subjunctive II? To find out how easy it is to form the Subjunctive II, go to the next part, How to Form the Subjunctive . After that you can try our self-scoring quiz on the Subjunctive II. As if, contrary to reality
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2009 for the course BA 3124338 taught by Professor Serencemil during the Spring '09 term at Marmara Üniversitesi.

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