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German Genitive / Der Genitiv
Genitiv: wie bildet man den Genitiv und wozu braucht man den Genitiv? Explanations and examples of genitive (video). Online exercise related to the grammar; online exercise to practice the definite article forms
—Genitive handout: explanation of the genitive case in a nutshell.
—Genitive: classroom worksheet to practice German genitive (W)
—Genitive: easy worksheet for genitive forms with Wilhelm Busch illustration (W)
—Genitiv: worksheet with practice sentences (W)
—Genitive: use of the genitive in German movie titles (W)
—Genitive: phrases that require genitive (verbs, adjectives, and less common prepositions), wrapped in a short story (W)
—Genitive: turning compound nouns into genitives (e.g., der Autoreifen ==> der Reifen des Autos) (P)
—Genitiv: easy powerpoint for practicing German genitive article endings (P)
—Genitive: practice for genitive endings. (O)
—Genitiv: exercise with a lot of body vocab. (O)
—Genitiv: timed exercise for genitive forms (O)
A very good video that explains the German genitive case very well.
A footnote on the use of the genitive case:
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