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Today’s topic: The German Cases – Nominative, Accusative, Dative
As you learn German, have you ever noticed how the German language doesn’t have a one-word equivalent for “a,” or “the?”
Maybe you’ve noticed a variety of possibilities to translate “a” such as ein, eine, einer, einen, or einem. It gets even more complicated when translating “the.” When do you use der, die, das, den, or dem?
The German cases may seem intimidating at first. But there are a few rules that can help you along the way.
In this video you’ll learn what the different cases are and when to use them. By the end of this video, you’ll have a clear understanding of the German case system.
So let’s dive into everything you’ll ever need to know to understand the cases in German.
Here you have the table for the German cases from the video:
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