The following sentences contain examples of adjectival endings with indefinite articles and possessives. Identify the case, gender and number as shown in the example below.
Example: Ich kaufe mir […]
Write out the present tense forms of werden for all persons: ich, du, Sie,
er/sie/es, wir, ihr, Sie, sie.
Put more emphasis on the following statements by using […]
Complete the following sentences with the appropriate forms of haben or sein.
Er hatte einen schönen Teint, weil er seinen Urlaub auf Mallorca verbracht _________ . → Er hatte eine […]
Write out the full simple past tense of the following verbs for all persons:
ich, du, Sie, er/sie/es, wir ihr, Sie, sie.
Which of the following verbs are regular, irregular and so-called mixed verbs? Put each one in the appropriate column.
6 denken […]
Indicate which of the irregular verbs in the following list change their stem vowel in the present tense by marking them with a ✓ and put a ✗ next to those that do not. You can use the list on pag […]
Write down which preposition and case the verbs require and give their English meaning. Note that some verbs can take more than one preposition.
warten → warten auf + (accusative) – […]
Indicate if the following verbs are either separable (sep.) or inseparable (insep.) and give their main meaning in English.
Examples: anrufen → anrufen (sep.) to telephone
erzählen → erzä […]
Fill in the appropriate form of the modal verb in the present tense. You will find the infinitives in brackets.
Example: Er ______ ab sofort mit dem Rauchen aufhören. (sollen) → Er soll ab so […]
Decide if the following reflexive verbs are used with a reflexive pronoun in the accusative or the dative by putting them in the appropriate column below. The first one has been done for you.
Complete the following sentences by filling in the correct personal pronoun in the nominative.
Example: Der Computer kostet sehr viel, aber —- ist der beste.
→ Der Computer kostet sehr viel, a […]
Identify the function and case of each italicised noun in the following sentences. Examples:
Der Mann geht ins Kino.
Who goes to the cinema? → The man: subject, nominative
Das sind die Bücher me […]
One of the two nouns in each of the following sentences is used with an article and one without any article. Indicate the noun without an article with an X and fill in the other gap with an article […]
Here are five groups of nouns in the singular. Look at the plural endings in the box and match them to each column. The first one has been done for you.
¨e ¨er -e -(e)n – 1¨e Ball Blume Wagen Tag Wald Fuß Frau Onkel Arm Mann Hand Bäckerei Mädchen Beruf Dorf Ton Tasche Messer Schuh Glas
Exercise 2.2 […]
Here is a list of nouns with different endings. Can you identify their gender and enter the nouns with the definite article in the table below? The first one has been done for you.
Prepositions are words that define the relationship between different elements in a sentence. They usually appear before a noun and its article or other determiners and give information about:
• directions: H […]
There are two main types of questions in German:
• yes/no-questions which start with a verb and can be answered either in the affirmative or in the negative:
Sprechen Sie Deutsch?
Do you speak German? […]
Farzaneh wrote a new post, Prepositions in passive constructions – von, durch and mit 8 months ago
In order to indicate by whom or what an action is done, the preposition von has to be used:
Er wurde von einem Polizisten verhaftet. He was arrested by a policeman.
Two other prepositions often used in passive […]
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