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The Relatives are declined as follows : Singular N. It cannot be omitted in German : der Mann, den ich traf ; die Frau, die ich kenne ; das Bier, das ich trinke. The case of the Relative depends on the part it plays in the Rela- tive clause, but its number and gender depend on those of the ante- cedent, as shown in the following examples : Wo ist das Kind, mit dem welchem ich spielte?

Where is the child with whom I used to play? Kennen Sie die Dame, der welcher ich die Blumen gab? Do you know the lady to whom I gave the flowers? Das sind die Leute, von denen welchen ich sprach, those are the people of whom I was speaking. Das ist der Herr, dessen Sohn hrank ist, that is the gentleman whose son is ill. If the Relative refers to an inanimate object and is governed by a preposition, it may be replaced by wo or wor, like da and dar fused with the preposition : Das Buch, in dem welchem ich Use or Das Buch, worin ich lese, the book in which I am reading.

Der Baum, von dem welchem ich spreche or Der Baum, wovon ich spreche, the tree of which I am speaking. Here is a trick sentence to show the uses of der, die, das as a Demonstrative and Relative Pronoun : Ich war mit der, die das sagte, I was with her the woman who said that. Der is the Dat. Fern, of the Demonstrative, die is the Nom. Neuter of the Demonstrative. Welches Buck lesen Sie p ; and was fur ein? What sort of a hat is that? What sort of a hat have you?


Welcher, welche, welches is declined like dieser, and was fur ein like ein, eine, ein, the fur having no influence wmatever on the case although normally fur takes the Accusative. In the Plural the ein is dropped : W as fur Hiite sind das? What sort of hats are those? The Pronouns are wer P, who? Who is singing so beautifully? They are declined as follows : N. What has fallen on the table?

When referring to inanimate objects and governed by a preposition, wo or wor fused with the preposition is used : Womit schreiben Sie P With what are you writing? Woraus macht man Xigaretten? What do you make cigarettes of? Wer can be used as a " condensed " Relative : Wer das tut, ist ein Narr, he who does that is a fool. They are declined as follows : Nom. Niemand is declined like jemand, the en and em in the Acc.

Examples : Man sagt, dass. Why can't he write to one? Etwas, something, frequently was in spoken German, is useful : Ich habe etwas fur Sie, I've got something for you ; Geben Sie mir etwas zu essen, etwas Fleisch, give me something to eat, some meat. The negative is nichts : Ich habe nichts zu essen, I have nothing to eat.


Those governing the Accusative only are : bis, up to, till ohne, without durch, through, by um, around, at fur, for wider, against, in opposition to gegen, against, towards, about Examples : 1. Er bleibt bis ndchsten Donnerstag, he remains till next Thursday. Er ging durch den Garten, he went through the garden. Er wurde durch eine Kugel getotet, he was killed by a bullet. Dieser Brief is fur mich, this letter is for me.

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Gegen Ende Juli, about the end of July. Sie hat etwas gegen mich, she has something against me. Ohne meinen Bleistift kann ich nicht schreiben, I can't write without my pencil. Wir sassen um den Tisch, we sat round the table. Um jeden Preis, at any price. Er arbeitet wider meinen Willen, he works contrary to my desire. Those governing the Dative only are : aus, out of, from seit, since bei, at, near von, of, from, by mit, with zu, to, at nach, after, according to Examples : 1.

Aus dem Hause ham ein Kind, a child came out of the house. Er wohnt bei seinem Onkel, he lives with his uncle.

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Bei dieser Gelegenheit, on this occasion. Ich schreibe mit einer Fullfeder, I write with a fountain-pen. Wir gehen nach Hause, nach Berlin, we are going home, to Berlin. Zehn Minuten nach seiner Abreise, ten minutes after his departure.

Nach meiner M einung or meiner Meinung nach, in my opinion. Ich bin seit einer Stunde hier, I have been here an hour literally, since an hour. Er wurde von seinen Feinden getotet, he was killed by his enemies. Er ist ein Freund von mir, he is a friend of mine.

Sie ist nicht zu Hause, she is not at home. Ich gehe zu Bett ; zu meinem Vater, I am going to bed ; to my father. The prepositions shown below govern both the Accusative and Dative : the Accusative when " motion towards " is expressed, and the Dative when ' ' rest at " is meant.

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Thus er gehtin den Garten means "He goes into the garden from somewhere else , ' ' but er geht in dem Garten means " He walks about in the garden. Wo schwimmt er P Unter der Briicke. If it answers the question wohinP, whither? In den Garten.

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Wohin schwimmt er P Unter die Briicke. Er ging an den Flusz, he went to the river ; Er stand an der Tilr, he stood at the door. Er legte das Buck auf den Tisch, he put the book on the table. Das Buck lag auf dem Tisch, the book lay was on the table. Die Katze kroch hinter den Ofen, the cat crept behind the stove ; Die Katze schlief hinter dem Ofen, the cat slept behind the stove.

Ick stecke meine Feder in die Tascke, I put stick my pen in my pocket. Meine Feder steckt in der Tascke, my pen is sticking in my pocket. Er setzte sick neben mick, he seated himself sat down next to me. Er sass neben mir, he was sitting next to me. Der Vogel flog iiber das Haus, the bird flew over the house. Der Vogel schwebte iiber dem Hause, the bird hovered over the house. Der Dieb sckliipfte unter das Beit, the thief slipped under the bed. Der Dieb blieb die ganze Nackt unter dem Bette, the thief remained the whole night under the bed.

Mein Putt steht vor dem Fenster, my desk stands in front of the window. Ick stellte mein Pult vor das Fenster. I put my desk in front of the window. Das Luftzeug flog zwischen die hoken Berge, the aeroplane flew between the high mountains. Das Dorf Kegt zwischen hohen Bergen, the village lies between high mountains. Prepositions taking the Genitive are : anstatt or statt, instead of wahrend, during trotz, in spite of wegen, on account of um Trotz, wahrend and wegen are also occasionally found with the Dative. Examples : 1. Die Schwester sprach anstatt des Bruders, the sister spoke instead of her brother.

Ick ham wegen des sckleckten Waters spat an, I arrived late on account of the bad weather. Trotz des Sturmes fuhr er nack dem Baknkof, in spite of the storm he drove to the station. Um Gottes willen keif en Sie mir! For God's sake help me!