Flashcards in Kap 12 Zus Deck (3)
A relative clause provides additional information about a previously mentioned noun or pronoun. The clause is introduced by a relative pronoun, which refers back to the noun or pronoun (called an antecedent). A relative clause is a dependent clause, and thus the verb is in final position. In written German, relative clauses are set off from main clauses by commas.
M N F Pl
Nominative-der das die die
Accusative-den das die die
Dative- dem dem der denen
Genitive- dessen(m&n) deren(f&pl)