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Understanding how the nominative and accusative cases work in german - www.germanforspalding.org

More work with the nominative and accusative cases in German.

Definite Articles in German (Nominative and Accusative)

Video of class lecture slides introducing German definite articles (e.g., "der," "die") in both the nominative and accusative cases. The presentation builds ...

The Nominative and Accusative Cases

Latin is easy once you overcome the first major hurdle: the difference between the nominative and accusative cases. Yes, Latin words change their endings! Bu...

German Possessive Adjectives (Nominative and Accusative)

Video of class lecture slides introducing German possessive adjectives in the nominative and accusative cases. After a brief review of possessive adjectives ...

The German Cases | Nominative and Accusative

The updated version of yesterday's video: Learn about the German Cases, one of THE most important topics you'll have to cover on your language learning journ...

Understanding the Nominative/Accusative Cases in German - www.germanforspalding.org

A video reviewing how to know whether a noun is in the nominative or accusative case in German.

Nominative, Accusative, and Dative Super. Quick. German. L#1

Lesson 1: Nominative, Accusative, and Dative (Super. Quick. German.) Like and subscribe! Send me an email! superquickgerman@gmail.com Der, Die, Das Chart Nom...

determining cases with nominative accusative and dative - www.germanforspalding.org

An exercise to practice determining the cases of nouns in German.

Practice determining if a noun is nominative or accusative - www.germanforspalding.org

Practice with determining if a noun is nominative or accusative case in German.

Russian Cases - Accusative vs Nominative Part 1

For exercises and more visit http://www.russian-plus.com/Grammar/accusative-vs-nominative-cases.htmlplus.com/Grammar/accusative-vs-nominative-cases.html In t...

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Tue, 01 Jul 2014 09:37:29 -0700

Additionally, names unable to take the grammatical endings required by the nominative, accusative, genitive and dative cases used in Icelandic are often rejected. “That was the problem with Harriet,” said Cardew. “It can't be conjugated in Icelandic.”.
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