A German grammar for schools and colleges based on the by Edward Southey Joynes, Albert L. Meissner

By Edward Southey Joynes, Albert L. Meissner

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We are doing that for you. I drive around the city. © 1997 by Gary Smith Home | Grammar | Submenu Previous | Next Practice Dative prepositions The dative prepositions and their most common meanings are: aus - from, out of ausser - besides bei - near, at the home of mit - with nach - after (time), to (space) seit - since (time) von - from, of, by (with passive verb) zu - to (space), to the place of Er kommt aus dem Haus. Sie wohnt bei ihrer Schwester. Ich spreche morgen mit ihm. Gehen Sie zu Ihrem Professor!

One learns a lot through reading. They say it's supposed to get hot. Someone already explained that. People do whatever pleases them. © 1997 by Gary Smith Home | Grammar | Submenu Previous | Next Interrogative pronouns Interrogative pronouns introduce questions. In the various cases, their forms are as follows: For persons Nominative Accusative Dative Genitive wer = who wen = whom wem = whom wessen = whose Wer hat das gesagt? Was hast du gesagt? Wem hast du das gesagt? For things was = what was (or wo-compound) = what was (or wo-compound) = what Who said that?

We like playing tennis. "To like somebody or something" is expressed by: 1. gern haben + object 2. subject + gefallen + dative object. 1) Wir haben Tennis gern. 2) Tennis gefällt uns. We like tennis. We like tennis. © 1997 by Gary Smith Home | Grammar | Submenu Previous Practice Es gibt (there is, are) To make a general statement or question about the existence of something, German uses the expression es gibt. Since the thing referred to is the direct object of the verb geben, it appears in the accusative case.

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