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Juve89

The Farmer
May 27, 2004
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#1
hey!, as some of u know i have a project about Nedved but u guys don`t know that I have to write it in German:down:
And there is one word that I don`t fin on the internet or in my wordlist....'
the word is: Supporters, I must have this word anyone who can help???
 

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Slagathor

Bedpan racing champion
Jul 25, 2001
22,708
#2
Fans, just use Fans and you'll be fine. Sometimes the translations are easy ;)

Of course it's plural so the article is die as in:

Nominative: Die (in case of subject)
Genitive: Der (in case of possessive pronoun)
Dative: Den (in case of indirect object)
Accusative: Die (in case of direct objective)

I take it you know all the grammar already but here goes:

Always Accusative if the following prepositions relate to it:
Durch
Für
Ohne
Um
Bis
Gegen
Entlang

Always Dative if the following prepositions relate to it
Mit
Nach
Bei
Seit
Von
Ausser
Aus
Gegenüber
Zu
Entgegen

Either Dative or Accusative if the following prepositions relate to it:*
An
Auf
Hinter
Neben
In
Über
Unter
Vor
Zwischen

* If a solid situation, Dative. If a moving situation or figure of speech, Accusative.

There's some other details, you should probably just give me the sentence. Unless you know for yourself of course, then you won't need me.
 
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Juve89

Juve89

The Farmer
May 27, 2004
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    ++ [ originally posted by Erik ] ++
    Fans, just use Fans and you'll be fine. Sometimes the translations are easy ;)

    Of course it's plural so the article is die as in:

    Nominative: Die (in case of subject)
    Genitive: Der (in case of possessive pronoun)
    Dative: Den (in case of indirect object)
    Accusative: Die (in case of direct objective)

    I take it you know all the grammar already but here goes:

    Always Accusative if the following prepositions relate to it:
    Durch
    Für
    Ohne
    Um
    Bis
    Gegen
    Entlang

    Always Dative if the following prepositions relate to it
    Mit
    Nach
    Bei
    Seit
    Von
    Ausser
    Aus
    Gegenüber
    Zu
    Entgegen

    Either Dative or Accusative if the following prepositions relate to it:*
    An
    Auf
    Hinter
    Neben
    In
    Über
    Unter
    Vor
    Zwischen

    * If a solid situation, Dative. If a moving situation or figure of speech, Accusative.

    There's some other details, you should probably just give me the sentence. Unless you know for yourself of course, then you won't need me.
    no I have the sentence i just needed that one word thanks:)
     

    Slagathor

    Bedpan racing champion
    Jul 25, 2001
    22,708
    #7
    It did? I gotta go call my German teacher from highschool and tell him he was right that his method was the only one that made students actually remember it all.

    Then again - I didn't like him that much and I don't wanna flatter him. So we'll just assume it's all my own doing that I still know all that. :D
     

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