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Imperative or imperative in German

In our today’s material on grammar we will talk about the imperative mood, called in the German language Imperative. We use it when we express a request, order, recommendation, etc. to another person or group of persons. In general, we tell another to do something: we call for action. We can call in three faces:…

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What is case Akkusativ in German

Today’s grammar material is dedicated to the Akkusativ case. What is it? There are sentences in which there is a subject — the one who performs the action and the object — the one on whom the action is performed. Example: “I (the subject who does the action) buy (the action) the hat (the object…

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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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