German Personal pronouns (in Nomimnativ = used as subject, and Akkusativ and Dativ = used as objects

German Personal pronouns (in Nomimnativ = used as subject, and Akkusativ and Dativ = used as objects - German Language

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Possessive Adjectives

declension of possessive pronouns - why keep it simple, when it can be complicated, right? these are just for nominative case. I mean how do you start with "sie" as "she", but end up with "sein" as his?

cases: dative genitiv accusativ

If I had to memorize the German article endings, I think this would help me because I have a very visual memory, and it would help me to group those articles that are the same.

dativ genitive accus

German Case Endings

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