German name -i Hali (German Akkusativ) Subject Narration

GERMAN NAME-I STATUS (AKKUSATIV) SUBJECT STATEMENT



German Akkusativ subject expression, 9. class German Akkusativ, 10. class German Akkusativ, 11. Class German is the subject of the description of the subject.

Names in German (with the exception of which we will give a little later) are converted to -i by changing their articles. German articles are changed as follows:

We change the "der" artikelini to "den" in order to put the names that are "art" into the -i.
No changes are made to the names and articles of articulated "das" or "die".
As a matter of fact, the word "eine" remains unchanged.
As a matter of fact, the word "ein" changes to "einen" (to say)
As a matter of fact, the word "keine" remains unchanged.
As a matter of fact, the word "kein" changes to "keinen".


Now let's examine the exception we mentioned above;

While describing the plural of nouns, we stated that some nouns were plural by taking -n or -en at the end. These nouns were names with -schaft, -heit, -keit, -in, -lei, -rei, -ung. Among these nouns, the ones with the article "der" are translated into the -i form of the noun, while the "der" article becomes "den" and the word is used in plural form. In other words, all nouns that take -n or -en at the end of the plural and "say" with an article are always used in the plural spelling in the -i form of the noun. This exception is not a feature specific to the -i state, it applies to all states of the noun.

These are the rules about the -i state of the name. Check out the examples below.

FIRST ----- FIRST
der Mann (man) -------- den Mann (man)
der Ball (top) ---------- den Ball (ball)
der Sessel (seat) -------- den Sessel (seat)

As you can see, it is said that there is no change in the word.

der Student (student) ------ den Studenten (student)
der Mensch (human) ------- den Menschen (human)

Since the two examples above are exceptional just mentioned, the words are used in multiple spellings.

das Auge (eyes) -------- das Auge (eyes)
das Haus (house) --------- das Haus (house)
die Frau (woman) -------- die Frau (woman)
die Wand (wall) ------- die Wand (wall)

As we have seen above, there is no change in das and die artifacts and words.

ein Mann (a man) ------ einen Mann (a man)
ein Fisch (a fish) ------ einen Fisch (a fish)
kein mann (not a man) --- keinen mann (not a man)
kein Fisch (not a fish) --- keinen Fisch (not a fish)

As you can see there is ein-einen and kein-keinen change.

keine Frau (not a woman) --- keine Frau (not a woman)
keine Woche (not a week) - keine Woche (not a week)

As we have seen above, there is no change in eine and keine artikeller and word.


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  1. love is sharp diyor

    So, this is how we get it:
    Norm. white. to
    Dem dem
    die die der
    das das dem

    1. Serdar diyor

      What you wrote in the first column Nominativ what you wrote in the 2nd column Akk. What you wrote in column 3 is also Dativ

  2. valiant diyor

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  3. Zeynep diyor

    Do we have to use ein in Akkusativ or in which situations do we use ein?

  4. Bukre diyor

    I like this page very much and what I'm wondering is when talking about a place like "am.in.um etc. The jewelry is coming, it depends on what

  5. ahmet diyor

    der Student (student) ------ den Studenten (student)
    It was said that there was no change in the word, but the suffix -en came to the end of the word.

  6. Korman diyor

    when making nominativ and acoustic
    der Mann (man) -------- den Mann (man)
    ein Mann (a man) ------ einen Mann (a man)

    How will these two usages be distinguished?

  7. .muro diyor

    ??

  8. . diyor

    When to say when

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