DEUTSCHEPräsentation<br />
There are 3 different gender in German: <br /><ul><li> masculine (male)
 feminine (female)
 neuter (neuter)</li></ul>Every gender is indicated by an article: <br /><ul><li>der for masculine nouns
die for femininenouns
das for neuter nouns</li></li></ul><li>DER - Masculine nouns<br />All days, months and seasons are masculine<br />derMonta...
3. male people are usually grammatical male<br /><ul><li>der Mann (man)
derJunge (boy)
derBruder (brother)</li></ul>4. most nouns ending with -ich, -ig, -ling are masculinederHonig (honey) derTeppich (carpet) ...
DIE – Feminine nouns<br />all nouns ending with -heit, -keit, -schaft, -tät, -ung are feminine<br />die Freundschaft (frie...
3. female people are usually grammatical female<br />die Frau (woman) <br />die Tochter (daughter)<br />Die schwester (sis...
DAS - Neuter nouns<br />all nouns ending with -lein, -chen are neuter<br />das Fräulein (miss) <br />das Mädchen (girl) <b...
3. verbs which become nouns are neuter<br />das Lesen (reading) <br />das Schreiben (writing) <br />das Sehen (seeing) <br...
FURNITURE (die Möbel)<br />
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German class room articles and furniture

  1. 1. DEUTSCHEPräsentation<br />
  2. 2. There are 3 different gender in German: <br /><ul><li> masculine (male)
  3. 3. feminine (female)
  4. 4. neuter (neuter)</li></ul>Every gender is indicated by an article: <br /><ul><li>der for masculine nouns
  5. 5. die for femininenouns
  6. 6. das for neuter nouns</li></li></ul><li>DER - Masculine nouns<br />All days, months and seasons are masculine<br />derMontag (Monday) <br />der Mai (May)<br />der Winter (winter) <br />2. Occupations and nationalities when you refer to a male person are masculine<br />derArzt (male doctor) <br />der Student (male student) <br />der Deutsche (male German) <br />
  7. 7. 3. male people are usually grammatical male<br /><ul><li>der Mann (man)
  8. 8. derJunge (boy)
  9. 9. derBruder (brother)</li></ul>4. most nouns ending with -ich, -ig, -ling are masculinederHonig (honey) derTeppich (carpet) derSchädling (pest) <br />
  10. 10. DIE – Feminine nouns<br />all nouns ending with -heit, -keit, -schaft, -tät, -ung are feminine<br />die Freundschaft (friendship) <br />die Freiheit (freedom) <br />die Wohnung (apartment) <br />2. all cardinal numbers are feminine<br />die Eins (one) <br />die Zwei (two) <br />die Drei (three) <br />
  11. 11. 3. female people are usually grammatical female<br />die Frau (woman) <br />die Tochter (daughter)<br />Die schwester (sister)<br />4. most nouns ending with -e are feminine<br />die Ecke (corner) <br />die Grenze (border) <br />die Decke (ceiling) <br />
  12. 12. DAS - Neuter nouns<br />all nouns ending with -lein, -chen are neuter<br />das Fräulein (miss) <br />das Mädchen (girl) <br />das Kätzchen (kitten)<br />2. all colors are neuter<br />das Blau (blue) <br />das Rot (red) <br />das Gelb (yellow) <br />
  13. 13. 3. verbs which become nouns are neuter<br />das Lesen (reading) <br />das Schreiben (writing) <br />das Sehen (seeing) <br />4. many cities and countries are neuter<br />das Deutschland (Germany) <br />das Italien (Italy) <br />das Köln (Cologne) <br />
  14. 14. FURNITURE (die Möbel)<br />
  15. 15. CURTAINS<br />derVorhang<br />WINDOWS<br />derFenster<br />CARPETderTeppich<br />
  16. 16. TELEVISIONderFernseher<br />OVEN<br />derBackofen<br />SINKdas Waschbecken, das Spülbecken<br />
  17. 17. CLASSROOM ARTICLES<br />

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