Quiz 22/11/23

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Which word is the German translation of 'mother'?

What is the German word for 'grandson'?

What is the stem of a verb in German?

What is the gender of the noun 'Katze' in German?

What does the nominative case represent in German?

What is the role of 'sein' and 'werden' in German?

What is the purpose of finding out the gender of a noun in German?

Which category do irregular verbs in German belong to?

Which part of speech takes the gender of the word at the end in compound nouns in German?

What does the accusative case represent in German?

What are some examples of feminine family members in German?

Can you provide examples of masculine family members in German?

What are some examples of plural family members in German?

What are some examples of neutral family members in German?

What is the purpose of the present tense in German?

Define regular verbs in German.

Explain the endings added to the stem of regular verbs in the present tense for 'Ich', singular and plural

Provide an example of an irregular verb in German.

Explain how irregular verbs change depending on the person doing the action in German.

What is the gender of the noun 'Pferd' in German?

What are the elements needed to be considered on the noun checklist when using nouns in German?

What is the gender of compound nouns in German based on?

Explain the purpose of finding the nominative and accusative cases in German language.

How can you determine the accusative case in a sentence according to the text?

Provide an example of a sentence in German that demonstrates the use of the accusative case with the verb 'geben'.

How can you determine the accusative case in a sentence according to the text?

What are two nominative verbs mentioned in the text?

Match the following German nouns with their corresponding article in dative case:

Match the following German compound nouns with their meaning:

What is another name for the nominative case and why?

What is the accusative case in German and how is it related to verbs?

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Test your knowledge of German dative verbs and their usage in creating sentences with the dative case. Identify the verbs that create N>D>A (physical) and N>D (emotional) sentence structures, and practice forming sentences with dative verbs.

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