Flashcards in Kap 5 Zus. Deck (11):
Sondern- rather (preceded by negative)
Wenn- if, whenever
Independent clauses and coordinating conjunctions
Clauses are connected by conjunction and no change of word order
Dependent clauses and subordinating conjunctions
Clauses are connected by subordinating conjunction and in second clause the finite verb is moved to end of clause
M/N- dem, einem
F- der, einer
Pl- den, allen
Nouns in dative plural
Nouns in the dative plural add -n unless the plural already ends in -n or -s.
(5 words that take -n: Herr, Mensch, nachbar, Junge, student)
Dative form of 'wer'
Wem (to/for whom)
Dative pronouns (to/for __)
Word order of direct and indirect objects
The direct (accusative) object determines the order of objects. If the direct object is a noun, it follows the indirect (dative) object. If the direct (accusative) object is a pronoun, it precedes the indirect (dative) object.
IO before DO, unless DO is pronoun.
Common dative verbs
Antworten, danken, gefallen, glauben, helfen, gehören