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English Choose a language for shopping. How can I learn noun genders better? A key thing I struggled with in German was the use of die , der and das.
I vaguely understand that one means masculine, one means feminine and the other means else? Do I need to learn which of these belongs to each noun individually? Or is there some kind of pattern that can help me use these correctly when saying things like:. This question has been asked before and already has an answer.
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If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. Unfortunately you do pretty much have to learn them word by word. I always compare this to pronunciation in English. In German, pronunciation is phonetic and very preditable e.
The flip side is that in English we don't have grammatical gender and our word for 'the' is very simple it's 'the': You regularly hear small German children being corrected on their noun genders in just the same way English-speaking kids have their pronunciation corrected. Der, die and das are definite articles. You decide which you have to use depending on the gender of the noun. In the German language there are three genders:.
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There is some more discussion about this topic in this question. And then there is the material use. Der Tisch ist aus Holz.
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The best example are persons Ich komme von meinem Bruder. Ich komme von Aldi. Ich komme aus dem Aldi the one right next to the gas station So as a rule of thumb Emanuel I think I have found another exception to your rule in addition to "Aldi. Am I looking at this correctly? In German you always come "von" those locations.
Try thinking of these sentences as shortened forms; note how there is no proper verb! Read this as Du hast ein Herz, das aus Gold gemacht ist! If you say instead, Du hast ein Herz, das von Gold gemacht ist! Raphael 2, 6 Robert 7, 17 Aus meiner personlichen Erfahrung kann ich nur sagen, dass Ich komme aus den USA. Let's say that your mother asks you where you were all morning: Ich komme von der Schule. Have a look at Collins German-English http: Simple links don't help a lot. Can you sum up what's in these videos? That way the answer is still valuable even if these videos get removed.
Out of the house. Von is translated as "from," and refers to coming from a general area or direction. Tom Au 8, 3 25 It should be "Ich bin aus London". Wo kommst du her? Mostly for answering the corresponding question Von wo kommst du?
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