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sehen
to see
das Auto, die Autos
car
der Mann, die Männer
man
haben
to have
die Katze, die Katzen
cat
das Kind, die Kinder
child
das Buch, die Bücher
book

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  • salazar.venezuela2018-06-21 at 11:21

    Now… looking at this I could say that “Nominative” refers to the subject or a nouns that refers to a person, like: Father, man, woman, etc?

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2018-06-22 at 08:10

      Hi Felman,

      the nominative can be a person or a thing. It can be just the noun with an article, it can also be used with an adjective. It can also just be a personal pronoun. “Subject” is the grammatical term indicating the person / thing the sentence is about, which usually comes right at the beginning of the sentence. Ok?

      Bis bald,

      Juliane

  • Shubh2018-02-28 at 11:23

    So only for feminine plural, always suffix ‘en’ must be added to the word and ‘er’ is added for both M & N words.
    There are no exception cases?

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2018-02-28 at 15:28

      Hello Shubh,

       

      in 90% of the cases, the feminine nouns take an “-en” at the ending. There is a video on it on day 37. As to the masculine and neuter plural, there are several possibilities. One of them is the ending “-er”. You can take a look at the video on day 103.

       

      The only time when the ending changes in relation to a case is in the dative plural. Here, (almost) all nouns take an additional “-n” at the end (in addition to their regular ending). There will be explanations and exercises on that later in the course.

       

      Viele Grüße und bis bald,

      Juliane