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Ordinal numbers in german

We have already talked about numerals in German. The numeral answers the question “wie viel?” (how many?), and ordinal numbers answer the question “welche? welcher? welches?” (which? which? which?). How to form ordinal numbers? Very simple. We add the suffix -t- (siebte, elfte, fünfte, neunzehnte) to numbers up to 19, after 19 -st- (zwanzigste, vierundsechzigste)….

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Bavarian Lion: Der Bayerische Löwe

Those who have already been to Bavaria will certainly see (and if not, they will definitely pay attention next time) to the famous Bavarian lion, called Der Bayerische Löwe. The lion is one of the official symbols of the Free State of Bavaria. The use of the lion in the local coat of arms begins…

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Lake Constance Bodensee

We offer for a moment to forget about the grammar and cultural characteristics of our Western friends and go back to the Alpine valleys. Enjoy another common heritage of the inhabitants of Germany, Austria and Switzerland: Lake Constance (Bodensee). The nature there is preserved in its original form, despite the fact that the place attracts…

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What are modal verbs

Modal verbs are verbs that express not the action itself, but the relation to it, necessity, possibility or probability of its execution. “I want to eat”, “I can swim” … They are always used in a pair with one more verb, to which we express our attitude. The main modal verbs of the German language…

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