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Whereas in English we use the blanket pronoun it to refer to anything inanimate, the gender of the pronoun in German must correspond to the gender of the noun. Declension The pattern of changes occurring in articles, adjectives, pronouns, and a few nouns in each of the four cases. Generally, two-syllable nouns ending in -e, such as Sonne zo-nuh and Blume blew-muh , take the feminine article die. Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such see Wikipedia: Intermediate learners will get the most out of this book. You will readily recognize these, as English has borrowed them from French, as well! Why, honestly, should you learn German?
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