German 6

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German 6
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Basic verb placement chapter pronouns
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Basic verb placement chapter 6 and pronouns ch. 7
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  1. The verb usually is the [blank] element in the sentence, with the [blank] appearing either [blank] or [blank] it.
    second, subject, before, after.
  2. Whenever you see a sentence beginning with [ ] or [ ] the [ ] will have to be on the [ ] of the [ ]
    den or dem, subject, other side, verb
  3. In German, the verb in the sentence of clause can occur in one of three places. Where?
    • It can be the second element in the sentence
    • It can begin the sentence
    • It can appear at the of the clause
  4. In dependent caluses, the verb will appear where?
    At the end of a clause
  5. Pronoun first person for nomative, accusative, dative
    I, me, to or for me
    ich, mich, mir
  6. Second person singular for nomative, accusative, dative
    you, you, to/for you
    du, dich, dir
  7. Thrid person singlular for nomative, accusative, dative
    he, him, to/for him
    er, ihn, ihm
  8. Third person singular for nomative, accusative, dative
    she, her, to/for her
    sie, sie, ihr
  9. Third person singular for nomative, accusative, dative
    it, it, to/for it
    es, es, ihm
  10. 1st person plural for nomative, accusative, dative
    we, us, to/for us
    wir, uns, uns
  11. 2nd person plural for nomative, accusative, dative
    you, you, to/for you
    ihr, euch, euch
  12. 3rd person plural for nomative, accusative, dative
    They, them, to/for them
    sie, sie, ihnen
  13. Formal second person singular nom,, acc., dat.,
    you, you, to/for you
    Sie, Sie, Ihnen
  14. Possessive adjectives in the masc. nominative
    • mein (my) unser (our)
    • dein (your) euer (your)
    • sein (his, its) ihr (their)
    • ihr (her) Ihr (your-formal)
  15. As with all adjectives, the ending of a possessive adjective is determined by [ ]
    the noun that immediately follow it.

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