When you are learning german grammar, be careful with the past and present of the infamous `be` verb in german sein
sein (present) sein(past)
ich bin war
du bist warst
er/es/sie ist war
Wir sind waren
ihr seid wart
Sie sind waren
Let us see the following sentences which often mislead …
I have often got confused when to omit definite/indefinite articles in German. Here are some of the simple tips on when to omit definite or indefinite articles in german. This is otherwise known as zero/null article in german.
You can omit articles in the following cases..
Before personal name
Before most …
For many english language people, the verbs lernen and studierence often lead to confusion on what to use where and when.
lernen (to learn)
studieren (to study)
Lernen is often used context which is school related, language learning, personal or work experience.
Studieren is used only in the context of University related coursework.
Ich lerne …
Coimbatore is a emerging developing city in Tamilnadu state of India. If you are looking for a place to learn german, unlike chennai there are only few places available where you can learn german. There is one Goethe Insitut available where you can get your internationally valid Deutsch certificate. Other …
I am firm believer in simple small verbs that can does great wonders in not just in German, but in any language. You dont need to use complex words, but few dead simple words in a language will do an amazing job. Whereever you go, be it in any country …
Many of you would know that der/das/die are definite, while ein/eine are indefinite articles. In the below sentence, you will be often tempted to enter `ein`, but it is actually wrong.
Das ist _______ Auto von Bernard.
The answer is `das`. why? if you observe closely the gender for Auto is `das` …
In german, all plural nouns start or begin with “die”. That is the genders will be fused to “die” for plurals.
Sometimes properly identifying feminin or plural nouns could be really confusing. …
All feminine nouns in german begin with “die”. Most feminine nouns in german would only be easy for you to learn if you learn the gender along wit h the noun, if …
All neutral nouns or sometimes called “no gender” nouns, usually
begin with “das“.
Notice that ‘s’ which is an indicative of neutral noun in german.
Some of fine examples of neutral nouns are…
All german nouns which are masculine by gender, begin with “der”. Although there is no real rule available in German to classify particular nouns to masculine gender, it is recommended that the more you acqu aint …