German cases, the reason why people hate German. I’m here to help you understand German article changes with case changes.
You will always see two tables if you do research on this topic. One for the definite article for the indefinite article. Let’s take a look at them:
If you look closely you will see a resemblance between them. That is what I have indicated with the circles:
This makes life so much easier. German already has so much tables and rules to study. Why study more? Below you can get a free printable of the table I use to study this. This also helps a lot since some words use the same pattern.
The following words also follows a similar pattern: diese, jener, jeder, manche, solcher, welche and adjectives with strong endings follows the definite article pattern and kein together with the possessive pronouns follows the indefinite article pattern.
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Figuring this out, made a huge difference in my German journey and I really hope that it will help you just as much.
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