KEY-K1-2 Sing-Plural - Germ 433 A. OBrien Kapitelgruppe 1-2...

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Germ 433 – A. O’Brien Kapitelgruppe 1-2 (pp. 25) Articles – Singular & Plurals (p. 31-32) KEY Singular and Plural of German Nouns What are nouns? A proper noun is e. g. the name of a A common noun is referring to e. g. specific company: Berlitz, Langenscheidt nonspecific things : Buch - book, Computer – computer, Straßenschild – street sign, specific place : Berlin, Köln, München nonspecific places : Stadt – city, Restaurant – restaurant, specific person: Einstein, Gates nonspecific person : Wissenschaftler – scientist, Geschäftsmann – business man abstract, intangible terms: Angst – anxiety, Emotionen – emotions, Gesundheit - Health Exercise What is the singular of the following words? First underline possible endings and the umlauts of the plural form. Give also the singular English equivalent of the words. Example: Example: 0. M ä nn er Mann man 1. St ä dt e Stadt city/town 2. Hotel s Hotel hotel 3. Industrienation en Industrienation industrialized nation 4. Reiseziel e Reiseziel
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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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