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By André Klein

Newly arrived in Berlin, a tender guy from Sicily is thrown headlong into an unfamilar city way of life of unkempt bachelor pads, evanescent romances and cosmopolitan encounters of the strangest variety. How does he deal with the hot language? Will he locate paintings?

Experience lifestyle within the German capital during the eyes of a newcomer, know about the rustic and its humans, and enhance your German without difficulty alongside the way in which!

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In the second sentence, den is the object, in accusative case, and it punts for a masculine singular noun, der Film. You need the masculine singular accusative demonstrative pronoun den. J Sind die Pferde freundlich? Ja, die sind freundlich. (Are the horses friendly? ) Die Pferde is plural. In the second sentence, die is the subject, so it’s nominative. Die pinch hits for die Pferde, which is plural, so you use the plural nominative demonstrative pronoun die. K Ist Frau Lachner im Büro? Nein, die ist im Urlaub.

However, you have five ways to choose from when forming plural nouns in German. But before you throw your hands up in dismay, think about how English varies from the one standard form of making plurals with -s or -es. Think of mouse/mice, tooth/ teeth, child/children, shelf/shelves, phenomenon/phenomena, man/men, or country/ countries. Better yet, you can form the plural of some words in two different ways. Think about hoof/hoofs/hooves. See what I mean? Many English plurals are also a matter of memorization.

Ist das die Frau, die arbeitet bei der Polizei? __________________________________ 28. Wie gefällt dir das Hemd, die ich anhabe? __________________________________ 29. Du hast die CDs die mir gehören. __________________________________ 30. Italien ist das Land das ich besuchen möchte. __________________________________ Demonstrating demonstrative pronouns You use a demonstrative pronoun when you want to emphasize or point out the pronoun that’s replacing a noun. Besides the demonstrative pronouns he, it, they, and so on, which are the translations (in parentheses) that you see in Table 2-8, you can also translate these pronouns with the demonstratives this, that, these, or those.

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