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By Ed Swick

Sharpen your German grammar with skill-building exercises

If you need to be trained in German, you ultimately need to transparent the bothersome hurdle of grammar. the right way to overcome this quandary is thru hands-on event. overlaying all points of German grammar--from prepositions and pronouns to verbal varieties and tenses--German Grammar Drills is helping you study often-perplexing subject matters with enjoyable and fascinating routines.

This entire e-book features:
• greater than 2 hundred drills that exhibit how the German grammar procedure works, together with evaluate routines to augment your learning
• a solution key to offer you instant explanation on any concept
• speedy experiences deliver you on top of things on grammar

Topics include:
opting for the genders of phrases * Accusative-dative prepositions * Der phrases and ein phrases * Relative pronouns * Infinitive clauses * Comparatives and superlatives * and more

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Write P if the word or phrase in bold print is the predicate nominative. Write N if the word or phrase is neither the subject nor the predicate nominative. For example: S Die Männer spielen Karten. 1. Meine Eltern kaufen ein neues Haus. 2. Wann haben Sie diesen Roman gelesen? 3. Meine Verwandten wohnen jetzt in Bremen. 4. Seine Schwester will Ärztin werden. 5. Er ist kein Genie. 6. Dürfen die Gäste jetzt ein Stück Kuchen haben? 7. Diese Mädchen sind alle Tänzerinnen. 8. Sie spricht nicht nur Deutsch, sondern auch Italienisch.

Tische 5. Dame 6. Schule 7. Wecker 8. Fluss 9. Männer 10. Theater 11. Übungen 12. Straße 13. Arm 14. Stuhl 15. Stück Nominative Case 27 This page intentionally left blank 5 Accusative Case The accusative case requires a declensional change with masculine nouns and most pronouns. Compare the differences between the nominative case and the accusative case with a masculine noun, a feminine noun, a neuter noun, and a plural noun with a definite article (der, die, das), an indefinite article (ein, eine), and kein.

Exercise 21 In the blank provided, write the letter S if the word or phrase in bold print is the subject of the sentence. Write the letters DO in the blank if the word or phrase in bold print is the direct object. For example: DO Ich kaufe einen Mantel. 1. Wo wohnen Ihre Großeltern? 2. Morgen fährt die ganze Familie nach Wien. 3. Haben Sie Herrn Schneider schon kennen gelernt? 4. Ich lese gern diese Zeitung. 5. Martin liebt sie nicht. Accusative Case 33 6. Wen haben Monika und Werner besucht? 7.

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