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Adjektivdeklination typ 2 [duplicate]

I'm learning about the different adjektivdeklination, and I tried to come up with my own sentence, using adjectives. Meine hübsch Mädchen besucht kein klein Museum. By my understanding, there should ...
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Difference of 'groß' and 'großer' [duplicate]

I saw these German sentences and am wonder what 'großer' means compared to 'groß'. Nein, der Hut ist zu klein! Ich brauche einen großen Hut! Hier. Ein großer Hut. I understand that 'großen' means '...
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"An einem heißem, aber glücklichem Dienstag"-is this correct? [duplicate]

So I'm making my first tentative steps with German output and thus, have been trying to generate sentences of my own. Here is one An einem heißem, aber glücklichem Dienstag während des Sommers stieg ...
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Usage of Nächster [duplicate]

I am quite new to german. I am confused with the ending of the word 'Nächster'. Nächstes Jahr Nächsten Monat Nächste Woche How does it work? I think it depends on the Declension. But somewhere I ...
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Dative / akkusative? [duplicate]

Can someone please explain this: An so einEM grauEN regnerischEN Tag... So, Why first Dative and then akkusative, or am I totally out any of this? Why not: An so einEN grauEN regnerischEN Tag... ...
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In letzter Minute - grammatic question [duplicate]

In phrase "In letzter Minute" Why letzt-ER not letzt-EN? If "in" präposition introduces Dativ, and letzt. is an adjective, than according to adj. declenation, correct form should be "letzten". Can ...
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Deklination des Adjektivs [duplicate]

Ich habe den Satz: Welcher deutsche See ist am größten? Warum ist es ‚deutsche‘ und nicht ‚deutscher‘?
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Ending with an n or m on adjectives? [duplicate]

Is it called Auf dem transformierten Bild or Auf dem transformiertem Bild and whats the rule for this? Edit: All found answers are not covering dative.
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Difference between "viele gute Ideen" and "die vielen guten Ideen" [duplicate]

Both are plural, but "viele gute Ideen" is missing the plural ending -n (viele guten Ideen). Is there a grammatical explanation for this? Thanks!
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Female dative case [duplicate]

I am translating the phrase "With a magnificent view". I was expecting it to be "Mit einer herrliche Aussicht" However my book indicates it to be "Mit einer herrlichen Aussicht". I know in the ...
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Declining endings - what am I missing? [duplicate]

There is a simple German sentence on Busuu that I cannot understand. "Wir gehen in eine Bar in einer kleinen Straße." = "We are going to a bar on a little street." But why kleinen, ...
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Why do some adjevtives have an -en ending? [duplicate]

For example: Große Bäume but Die großen Bäume or Lange Leitungen but Die langen Leitungen Why is the an n at the end if there is "Die" in front of it? Both are plural and both are ...
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why is there no -es after 'neu' in the sentence - Das neue Buch ist da? [duplicate]

I have just started learning German on my own through online material. On one website I found an example which used -es with the adjective 'neu': Ein NEUES Auto From what I have understood, the ...
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wichtige oder wichtigen [duplicate]

Wir haben hier wichtige Informationen für Sie. haben make accusative so why we cannot write Wir haben hier wichtigen Informationen für Sie. ?
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What is going on with this declension situation? "Ich bekomme gute Noten" but [duplicate]

When I google translate the sentence I get good grades I get Ich bekomme gute Noten, which is fine since the e ending denotes an accusative plural case, as far as I can tell. However, if I try I don'...
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