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    Learn German > German lessons and exercises > German test #48058
    > Other German exercises on the same topics: Articles | Declination [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Declension : Epithet adjectives with definite articles - Adjective 'neu' - Declension : Epithet adjectives - Prepositions + articles - Accusative-definite articles - Accusative-Indefinite Articles - Declension: adjectives - Declension : Definite articles (dative/accusative)
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    Declension : Definite and indefinite articles


     

    Declension

     

    Definite articles
    -masculinefeminineneuterplural
    Nominativederdiedasdie
    Accusativedendiedasdie
    Genitivedesderdesder
    Dativedemderdemden
    (+ n at the end of the noun)


    Indefinite articles
    -masculinefeminineneuter
    Nominativeeineineein
    Accusativeeineneineein
    Genitiveeineseinereines
    Dativeeinemeinereinem

     





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    1. Wir machen Spiel mit Oma. (indefinite article)

    2. Mutter von Maxime ist krank. (definite article)

    3. Meer ist blau und grün. (definite article)

    4. Ich gebe Kind ein Spiel. (indefinite article)

    5. Ich kaufe Schwester meiner Frau weiße Blumen. (definite article)

    6. Ich pflücke im Garten Rose. (indefinite article)

    7. Das ist Mantel meiner Mutter. (definite article)

    8. Ich gehe nach Auxerre in Schule. (definite article)

    9. Mein Schuh war in Garten.(definite article)

    10. Ich mag Meer lieber als das Schwimmbad. (definite article)









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