to see
das Auto, die Autos
der Mann, die Männer
to have
die Katze, die Katzen
das Kind, die Kinder
das Buch, die Bücher

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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,


  • 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,