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German II: Dative Case
Transcript of German II: Dative Case
object in a sentence. It is the
receiver of the direct object. Example: I give the man a book. Subject Direct Receiver Holy Schnitzel!! That sounds hard, but don't worry, we'll help you, step by step, YO! First Step: Learning the Dative Case Chart Masculine / Feminine / Neutral / Plural
-Dem -Der -Dem -Den "Okay kids, time to go to the next chart" Masculine / Feminine / Neutral / Plural
-Einem -Einer -Einem -Einen "That's right, let all of your anger out, we still have some steps left." I give a book to a man. Ich gebe einem mann ein buch. Subject __ ____ Receiver Direct Object Ein is conjugated to einem because the man in german is masculine We bake the kids a cake. Wir backen den kinden einer kuchen. Subject Receiver Direct Object Ein is conjugated to einer because kuchen is feminine and is being received. The police gives the driver a ticket. Ich gebe dem mann ein buch. "Chomp!" Der Polizist gibt der fahrerin einen strafzettel. Subject Direct Object Receiver See it's not so hard now!
Even Arnold doesn't seem to have any problems with it! Now it's time for the last slide. Uh-Oh!! Gandalf is trying to stop us!! Quick children, figure out this last problem! I have a gift for the kid. Translate and solve: Wrong!! Just kidding, that's correct! Yay!!! Answer: Ich habe ein geschenk fur den kindern. Time for a quiz! "I'm watching you, kid."