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das Adjektiv

“adjectives” are words that give a quality to an entity. Common examples are “warm”, “tasty” or “happy”. In German, adjectives get endings depending on case and gender, which makes them pretty annoying.

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**Here are the posts in which I have talked about this concept in detail.**
German Adjective Endings - For Beginners

We'll learn a really nice hack for German Adjective Endings that'll you can use even as a beginner and that'll get you 60% right.

German Adjective Endings 2 - Get 75% right

The second part of our three part series on German Adjectives Endings. Part 1 was the basics. After reading part 2 you can pass every test.

German Adjective Endings 3 - The nerd portion

In part three of our mini series, we'll look at the endings if there is no article and dicover a very interesting function that endings have that can help us.

Comparisons in German - The Superlative

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