K1-2articel-Sing-Plural-exerc

K1-2articel-Sing-Plural-exerc - Germ 433 A. OBrien...

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Germ 433 – A. O’Brien Kapitelgruppe 1-2 (TEXT Aufgabe 3: Große Namen für Hamburg (p. 28) annotated see below.) Hamburg: (8.5 min) All nouns have a grammatical gender. There are three definite articles in German as suppose to only one in English “the” and two indefinite articles. Definite Article masculine singular feminine singular neuter singular masc/fem/neut plural der (the) die (the) das (the) die (the) Indefinite Article masculine singular feminine singular neuter singular masc/fem/neut plural ein (a / an) eine (a / an) ein (a / an) - (no article) If we have another look at the list of nouns/cognates from the previous chapter (K1-1) we can categorize these nouns as follows: masculine feminine neuter der die das Test Butter Buch Text Milch Radio Park Lampe Computer Schule Singular - Plural The plural endings are also somewhat different from English in that there are a few more beyond adding an -s . The chart at the end of this section gives you on overview over possible plural endings and is meant as reference. The following chart gives a brief summary over the different types of nouns, i. e. proper noun s and common nouns. Both types of nouns are always capitalized throughout a German text. This makes it
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course GERM 433 taught by Professor O'briean during the Spring '11 term at The University of British Columbia.

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