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<h1>German grammar made easy - exercises for beginners</h1>






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Practical experience is somewhat different from studying grammar. I believe strongly in the power of grammar, enabling us to
gain control over whatever language we want to master. These exercises complement the
<a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/index.php?topic=-German+course-part+1-learn-German-online-quick-easy-grammar-comprehension-of-texts" target="_blank">German course</a>
offered on primitivecode.com, they are practical exercises with "implemented grammar". Grammar needs to be intuitive and easy, just like
the exercises. So here you go, enjoy!
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<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercise-learn-German-nouns-declension.html" target="_blank">Nouns</a> (the main classes)</li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=simple_Verb&amount=7" target="_blank">Simple verbs</a> (the indefinite pronoun "man")</li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=case-pattern-drill-simple-sentence&amount=56" target="_blank">Accusative case - simple pattern drill</a> (der, die, das / ein, eine, ein)</li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=simple_praesens&amount=36" target="_blank">Simple verbs - climbing the ladder</a> (the next level: the third and first person, starke verben)</li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=noun-declension-accusative-dative-&amount=31" target="_blank">Nouns once more</a> - accusative and dative case of various important nouns - getting more and more proficient with German noun inflection - the sentences are not meant to make sense, but to understand and internalise the paradigms of plural construction</li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=plural-noun-declension-accusative-dative-&amount=31" target="_blank">Now nouns</a> - plural pattern drill - again practising nouns confined to the verb <i>geben</i> - a synthesised syntactic environment to understand and internalise the paradigms of plural construction and of the verb <i>geben</i></li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=Genitiv-Singular-&amount=15" target="_blank">The genitive case</a> in the singular expressing possession</li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=Genitiv-Plural-&amount=15" target="_blank">The genitive case</a> in the plural (expressing possession)</li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=case-pronoun-determiner-accusative-&amount=13" target="_blank">The accusative case</a> - nouns, determiners, pronouns</li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=Lebewesen-Genitiv-Singular-&amount=25" target="_blank">The genitive case</a> - more nouns in the singular</li>
<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=Lebewesen-Genitiv-Plural-&amount=25" target="_blank">The genitive case</a> - more nouns in the Plural</li>
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<h2>More advanced German grammar exercises</h2>
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<li><a href="http://www.primitivecode.com/exercises/learn-German-online-exercise-practice-easy-language.php?dataPath=das-deutsche-Perfekt-&amount=35" target="_blank">Haben or Sein?</a> - auxiliaries of the german Perfekt</li>
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