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<h1>Gender and case</h1>
<h2>declension of the gender: Der - masculine gender - the masculine noun</h2>





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English has got no grammatical gender. All things in English are
"the". It is the car, the man, the woman, the tree and so on.
In German this is "das Auto, der Mann, die Frau, der Baum".
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<img src="../images/rule_gender_der.png" width="799" height="533" alt="Wallboard, Every noun has got one single gender, either masculine, feminine or neuter gender." title="Wallboard, Every noun has got one single gender, either masculine, feminine or neuter gender. Learn German online free, simple and clear. A top-quality lesson.">
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<span itemprop="keywords">&nbsp; noun, gender, gender group, determiners, masculine, feminine, neuter</span>


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Each noun is assigned one and only one gender which is
marked by the determiner.
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<img src="../images/der_Baum.png" width="799" height="435" alt="Each noun has only got one single gender. Example: The tree, der Baum" title="der Baum, the tree, example of gender in the German language">
<span itemprop="name">The lone tree,</span>
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<h1>Group I.: Maskulinum (der)</h1>

<table>
<colgroup span="3">
</colgroup>
<tr class="gelb">
<td>der</td>
<td>Nominativ</td>
<td>Singular </td>
</tr>
<tr class="blau">
<td>den</td>
<td>Akkusativ</td>
<td>Singular </td>
</tr>
<tr class="organge">
<td>dem</td>
<td>Dativ</td>
<td>Singular </td>
</tr>
<tr class="lila">
<td>des</td>
<td>Genitiv</td>
<td>Singular </td>
</tr>
</table>




<table>
<colgroup span="3">
</colgroup>
<tr class="gelb">
<td>die</td>
<td>Nominativ</td>
<td>Plural </td>
</tr>
<tr class="blau">
<td>die</td>
<td>Akkusativ</td>
<td>Plural </td>
</tr>
<tr class="organge">
<td>den</td>
<td>Dativ</td>
<td>Plural </td>
</tr>
<tr class="lila">
<td>der</td>
<td>Genitiv</td>
<td>Plural </td>
</tr>
</table>

<img src="../images/die_baeume.png" width="799" height="539" alt="" >


<p>When we add the noun to each determiner we get the cases of the noun:</p>


<table>
<colgroup span="3">
</colgroup>
<tr class="gelb">
<td>der Baum</td>
<td>Nominativ</td>
<td>Singular </td>
</tr>
<tr class="blau">
<td>den Baum</td>
<td>Akkusativ</td>
<td>Singular </td>
</tr>
<tr class="organge">
<td>dem Baum</td>
<td>Dativ</td>
<td>Singular </td>
</tr>
<tr class="lila">
<td>des Baumes</td>
<td>Genitiv</td>
<td>Singular </td>
</tr>
</table>

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<table>
<colgroup span="3">
</colgroup>
<tr class="gelb">
<td>die Bäume</td>
<td>Nominativ</td>
<td>Plural </td>
</tr>
<tr class="blau">
<td>die Bäume</td>
<td>Akkusativ</td>
<td>Plural </td>
</tr>
<tr class="organge">
<td>den Bäumen</td>
<td>Dativ</td>
<td>Plural </td>
</tr>
<tr class="lila">
<td>der Bäume</td>
<td>Genitiv</td>
<td>Plural </td>
</tr>
</table>


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