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der, die, dasnominative case definite articles
den, die, dasaccusative case definite articles
dem, der, dem, dendative case definite articles
mein, dein, sein, unser, euer, ihr, Ihrpossessive adjectives
ein, einenominative case indefinite articles
einen, eine, einaccusative case indefinite articles
einem, einerdative case indefinite articles
keinno, none, not any
mich, dich, sich, uns, euch, sichaccusative reflexive pronouns
mir, dir, sich, uns, euch, sichdative reflexive pronouns
mich, dich, ihn, sie, es, uns, euch sie, Sieaccusative personal pronouns
mir, dir, ihm, ihr, uns, euch, ihnen, Ihnendative personal pronouns
-te, -test, -te, -ten, -tet, -tenimperfect weak endings
--, -st, --, -en, -t, -enimperfect strong endings
durch, für, gegen, ohne, um, entlangaccusative prepositions
aus, ausser, bei, mit, nach, von, zu, gegenuberdative prepositions
an, auf, in, hinter, uber, unter, zwischen, neben, vor2-way prepositions
-e, -st, -t, -en, -t, -enregular present tense endings
das Perfektthe present perfect tense; used to express the past in conversation
das Imperfektthe simple past; used to narrate a series of events in the past.

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