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Adjectiv Endungen Lite: Adjective following articles and pre-ceeding nouns. Colors and Clothes.

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1 Adjectiv Endungen Lite: Adjective following articles and pre-ceeding nouns. Colors and Clothes

2 Simplified Version All adjective that precede nouns have endings called adjective endings. We will learn what those endings are. Der Hut ist tollDer tolle Hut Das Hemd ist hässlichDas hässliche Hemd. Die Jacke ist schickDie schicke Jacke Adjective Endings are more complex that what we are learning today, and we will learn more in the coming years, but this is a simplified explanation to get you started. Pay attention now, and later these will be even easier…

3 Ein Substantive macht Larm All nouns have a gender. They are either masculine, neutral, or feminine (der, das, die) and each one makes a certain sound… Masculine (der) – is manly, grumpy and always acts tough and trys to show even when he is not so cool. Neutral (das) – is right between yes and no, indesisive and cannont commit. Feminine (die) – is always excited about what is going to happen and can hardly contain itself or

4 See any connection?!?!? If you look at the sounds the different genders make, we can deduce WHERE the articles came from… Masculine (der) – is manly, grumpy and always acts tough and trys to show even when he is not so cool. Neutral (das) – is right between yes and no, indesisive and cannont commit. Feminine (die) – is always excited about what is going to happen and can hardly contain itself.

5 See any connection?!?!? If you look at the sounds the different genders make, we can deduce WHERE the articles came from…deR = RRR Masculine (der) Neutral (das) – is right between yes and no, indesisive and cannont commit. Feminine (die) – is always excited about what is going to happen and can hardly contain itself.

6 See any connection?!?!? If you look at the sounds the different genders make, we can deduce WHERE the articles came from…deR = RRR, daS = SSS Masculine (der) Neutral (das) Feminine (die) – is always excited about what is going to happen and can hardly contain itself.

7 See any connection?!?!? If you look at the sounds the different genders make, we can deduce WHERE the articles came from…deR = RRR, daS = SSS, diE = EEE Masculine (der) Neutral (das) Feminine (die)

8 Practice sounds… Herr Snider will say either Masculine, Neutral, or Feminine. You will give the appropriate sound required.

9 Again, these sounds sound like the letters… RRRRRRRRR = r SSSSSSSSSS = s EEEEEEEEEE = e

10 Sound chart… NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine We are just looking at he nominative and accusative parts of the chart, because that is all we have learned so far.

11 Sound chart… NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine Every article (definite and indefinite) make these sounds, except in four spots…

12 Sound chart… NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine Every article (definite and indefinite) make these sounds, except in fourspots… There is the RRR sound for masculine…

13 Sound chart… NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine Every article (definite and indefinite) make these sounds, except in fourspots… There is the RRR sound for masculine… There is the SSS sound for neutral…

14 Chart of Change… NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine Every article (definite and indefinite) make these sounds, except in four spots… There is the RRR sound for masculine… There is the SSS sound for neutral… There is the EEE sound for feminine.

15 Chart of Change… NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine If the initial sound of RRR, SSS, and EEE are made in the article then every adjective will have and e ending!

16 Changes…Spot #1 NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine You will notice that der changes to den when a masculine noun changes from nominative to accusative case (subject to direct object)

17 Changes…Spot #1 NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine This means that the original RRR sound has evolved into a brand new sound of EN! Any adjective following the EN sound will end in the same EN sound.

18 Changes…Spot #3, 4, 5 NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine The other spots where the original sound is not made occurs with the word ein (a) in the masculine nominative and the neutral nominative/accusative…

19 Change…Spot #3, 4, 5 NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine When this occurs, since the original RRR, SSS are not there, the sound (or the letter) transfers to the adjective! ein tollER or ein tollES

20 Changes…Spot #3, 4, 5 NomnativeAccusativeDativeGenitive Masculine (der) Der/ein--Den/einen Neutral (das) Das/ein-- Feminine (die) Die/eineDie-eine Lets do some practice…

21 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ich habe den sch önen Rock an.

22 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ich habe den sch önen Rock an.

23 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ich habe den sch önen Rock an.

24 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ich habe den sch önen Rock an.

25 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ich habe den sch önen Rock an.

26 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ich habe den sch önen Rock an.

27 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ich habe den sch önen Rock an.

28 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ich habe den sch önen Rock an.

29 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. The RRR sound is located on der so the adjective ending is an e

30 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. The SSS sound is located on Das so the adjective ending is an e

31 What ending do the adjectives receive? Der rote Rock gefällt mir. Das schicke T-Shirt scheint. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. The EEE sound is located on Die so the adjective ending is an e

32 What ending do the adjectives receive? The RRR sound is not present, so it so it moves to the adjective. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10.

33 What ending do the adjectives receive? The SSS sound is not present, so it so it moves to the adjective. Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10.

34 What ending do the adjectives receive? The RRR sound change to EN, so the adjective ending is also an en Die tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ein roter Rock gefällt mir. Ein schickes T-Shirt scheint. Eine tolle Bluse kostet 10. Ich habe den sch önen Rock an.

35 Zusammenfassung (summary) When speaking each gender had a sound that it uses. RRR for masculine, SSS for neutral, EEE for feminine. If you dont hear that sound, and an adjective comes after the article and before the noun, the adjective takes the sound. (otherwise the adjective takes an e) When masculine changes to den any adjectives will have an en ending.


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