I have a few questions.

For example in the sentence

Ich habe viele Freunde.

  1. What form does viel take relating to this chart https://www.verbformen.com/declension/adjectives/?w=viel

  2. What makes adjectives have genders? Can you give some examples

  3. What is constitutes as a plural adjective?

  4. Freunde in the above sentence is Akkusativ, yes?

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    Dear Yozansen, this forum is not intended to be for "ask questions whatever you want". Good questions here show a certain level of research done by the author of the question, and they also should be potentially useful also for others. (See the community rules.) Also, you should restrict a question to one topic. – Christian Geiselmann Dec 17 '19 at 9:13
  • Yeah, like the question above mine asking about the definition of 'schon' with 6 upvotes. Come on, even you can find the various meaning of schon with a google/ youtube search or reverso context. What a joke. youtube.com/results?search_query=schon+german+meaning – Yozansen Dec 17 '19 at 13:11
  1. It's accusative plural strong.

  2. Adjectives do not have genders. The nouns they belong to have. If you make an adjective a noun by itself (e.g. der/die/das Kleine), it has all three genders.

  3. Freunde is a plural form, the adjectives associated to it must follow that.

  4. Yes.

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    Liebe Janka, indem Sie Off-Topic-Fragen beantworten, erwecken Sie den Eindruck, dass solche Fragen erwünscht wären. – Björn Friedrich Dec 17 '19 at 10:43

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