Kapitel 5 (5.1, 5.2): Dative Case: articles and possesive adjectives, Question Pronouns Flashcards Preview

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What is the function of a noun or pronoun in the dative case?

It designates the person to or for whom something is done.

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Ernest gives his mother a book.

Ernest schenkt seiner Mutter ein Buch.

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Sofie gives her boyfriend a kiss.

Sofie gibt ihrem Freund einen Kuss.

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Definite article in dative case (m./n., f., pl.)

dem, der, den

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Indefinite article in dative case (m./n., f., pl.)

Einem, einer (pl. not applicable)

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Negative article in dative case (m./n., f., pl.)

keinem, keiner, keinen

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"My" in dative form (m./n., f., pl.)

meinem, meiner, meinen

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"Your" in dative case (m./n., f., pl.)

deinem, deiner, deinen

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"His" in dative case (m./n., f., pl.)

seinem, seiner, seinen

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"Her" in dative case

ihrem, ihrer, ihren

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"Our" in dative case (m./n., f., pl.)

unserem, unserer, unseren

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Your ("you guys" possesive adjective) (m./n., f., pl.)

eurem, eurer, euren

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Jutta is writing a letter to her friend

Jutta schreibt einem Freund einen Brief.

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Jens(guy name, i swear) is telling his parents a joke.

Jens erzählt seinen Eltern einen Witz.

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How are plural nouns different in the dative case?

They add an "-n" unless they already end in “-n" or “-s”

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Def: to explain something to someone

erklären

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def: to tell someone (a story)

erzählen

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def: to give someone something

geben

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to lend someone something

leihen

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def: to tell someone something

sagen

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to give someone something as a gift

schenken

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Who

Wer

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Whom

Wen

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to whom

Wem