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 Chapter 16: Possessive Pronouns
16.0
16.1
16.1.1
16.1.1.1
16.1.1.2
16.1.1.3
16.1.1.3.1
16.1.1.3.2
16.1.1.4
16.1.1.5
16.1.1.6

16.2
16.3
16.3.1
16.3.2
16.3.3
16.3.3.1
16.3.3.2
16.3.4
16.3.5
16.3.6

16.4
16.5

16.6.1
16.6.2
Possessive pronouns - an introduction
Possessive pronouns - an overview
Adjectival Possessive pronouns
declension of mein (1st person singular)
declension of dein (2nd person singular)
declension of sein and ihr (3rd person singular)
declension of sein (3rd person singular masculine)
declension of ihr (3rd person singular feminine)
declension of unser (1st person plural)

declension of euer (2nd person plural)
declension of ihr (3rd person plural)

All adjectival possessive pronouns together
Substantival possessive pronouns
declension of mein (1st person singular)
declension of dein (2nd person singular)
declension of sein and ihr (3rd person singular)
declension of sein (3rd person singular masculine form)
declension of ihr (3rd person singular feminine form)
declension of unser (1st person plural)
declension of euer (2nd person plural)
declension of ihre (3rd person plural)

All substantival Possessive pronouns - an overview
Comparison all Possessive pronouns

Exercise 1: adjectival Possessive pronouns
Exercise 2:
substantival Possessive pronouns
 

 Chapter 17: Reflexive Pronouns
17.0 Reflexive pronouns
17.1 Formation of reflexive pronouns without direct object
17.2 Formation of reflexive pronouns with direct object
17.3 Reflexive pronoun or direct / indirect object?
17.4 Arguments con
17.5 Arguments pro
   
17.6 Reflexives in German - no reflexives in English

 Chapter 18: Werden and Sein (Passive Voice)
18.
18.1
18.2
18.3
18.4
18.5

18.6
18.6.1
18.6.2
18.6.3
18.6.4
18.6.5

18.7
18.7.1

18.8.1
18.8.2
18.8.3
18.8.4
18.8.5
18.8.6
18.8.7
18.8.8
18.8.9
18.8.10
The verb werden
Description of a change
Conjugation of werden in German

Distinct words of change
Condition vs. change <=> sein vs werden
Werden to form the future

Werden to form the passive voice
Comparison of the verbs werden and sein
Formation of passive voice in German
Passive voice without subject
Comparison of the two passive voices (Vorgangs- vs. Zustandspassiv)
Alternative to passive voice in German

werden to form the future II
Future to express doubts

Exercise 1: werden expresses changes
Exercise 2: passive voice (Vorgangspassiv)
Exercise 3: passive voice (Zustandspassiv)
Exercise 4: future I and future II
Exercise 5: the unknown subject: man
Repetition exercise 6: indefinite articles
Repetition exercise 7: definite articles
Repetition exercise 8: Possessive pronouns
Repetition exercise 9: compound verbs (with preposition)
Repetition exercise 10: prepositions

 Chapter 19: Conjunctive, Conditional and Reported Speech
19.1
19.2
19.3
19.3.1
19.3.1.1
19.3.1.2
19.3.2
19.3.2.1
19.3.2.2
19.3.2.3
19.3.3
19.3.4
19.3.4.1
19.3.4.2

19.4.1
19.4.2
19.4.2.1
19.4.2.2
19.4.2.3
19.4.2.4
19.4.2.5
19.4.2.6
19.4.2.7
19.4.2.8

19.4.3
19.4.3.1
19.4.3.2
19.4.3.3

19.5
19.5.1
19.5.2
19.5.3

19.6
19.6.1
19.6.2
19.6.3
19.6.4
19.6.5

19.7.1
19.7.2
19.7.3
19.7.4
19.7.5
19.7.6
Conjunctive, conditional and reported speech
English conditional and German conditional
Formation of German conjunctive
Formation of conjunctive I
Exception: verb sein (to be)
Modal verbs
Formation of conjunctive II
Conjunctive II of strong verbs
Conjunctive II of weak verbs
Conjunctive II of modal verbs
Ambiguous forms
Compound tenses in conjunctive
Conjugation with a transitive verb (modal verb: sein)
Conjugation with an intransitive verb (modal verb: haben)

Reported speech an introduction
Conjunctive in reported speech
Rule number one
Rule number two
Rule number three
Rule number three 1/2 - conjunctive sounds weird or is simply unknown to the speaker
Reported speech without the conjunction dass
Reported speech in questions
Confusion between conjunctive I and conjunctive II

Do Germans speak good German?

Comparison of reported speech in English and in German
Introductory verb is in present tense
Introductory verb is in past tense
Summary of the comparison

Conditional phrases - an introduction
Irrealis of the past
Irrealis of the present
Realis of the present

Other uses of the conjunctive
Verbs that express hopes and insecurities
After certain phrases conjunctive can be used
Certain conjunctions can be used with conjunctive
conjunctive in exclamations
conjunctive to express politeness

Exercise 1: conjunctive, conditional and reported speech
Exercise 2: formation of conjunctives
Exercise 3: rules no 1, 2, 3 and 3 1/2
Exercise 4: reported speech I
Exercise 5: reported speech II
Exercise 6: reported speech III


 Chapter 20: More Prepositions
20
20.1.1
20.1.2
20.1.3
20.1.4
20.1.5
20.1.6
20.1.7
20.1.8
20.1.9
20.1.10
20.1.11
20.1.12
20.1.13
20.1.14
20.1.15
20.1.16
20.1.17
20.1.18
20.1.19
20.1.20
20.1.21
20.1.22
20.1.23
20.1.24
20.1.25
20.1.26
20.1.27
20.1.28
20.1.29
20.1.30
20.1.31
20.1.32
20.1.33

20.1.34
20.1.35
20.1.36
20.1.37
20.1.38
20.1.39
20.1.40
20.1.41
20.1.42
20.1.43
20.1.44
20.1.45
20.1.46
20.1.47
20.1.48
20.1.49
20.1.50
20.1.51
20.1.52
20.1.53
20.1.54
20.1.55
20.1.56
20.1.57
20.1.58
20.1.59
20.1.60
20.1.61
20.1.62
20.1.63
20.1.64
20.1.65
20.1.66
20.1.67
20.1.68
20.1.69
20.1.70
20.1.71
20.1.72
20.1.73
20.1.74
20.1.75
20.1.76
20.1.77
20.1.78
20.1.79
20.1.80
20.1.81
20.1.82
20.1.83
20.1.84
20.1.85
20.1.86
20.1.87
20.1.88
20.1.89
20.1.90
20.1.91
20.1.92
20.1.93
20.1.94
20.1.95
20.1.96
20.1.97
20.1.98
20.1.99
20.1.100
20.1.101
20.1.102

20.2
20.2.1
20.2.2

20.3
20.3.1
20.3.2

20.4.1
20.4.2
20.4.3
20.4.4
More prepositions
ab = since, from (with Dativee)
abgesehen davon / abgesehen von = besides, apart
abseits = apart (with Genitive)
abzüglich = less (with Genitive)
an = to, at, on (with Dative and Accusative)
angesichts = before, facing (with Genitive)
im Angesicht = before, in front of (with Genitive)
auf = über (with Dative)
aufgrund = thanks to, due to (with Genitive)
aufseiten = besides (with Genitive)
aus = from, of (with Dative)
ausschließlich = exclusively(with Accusative)
außer = apart from, except (with Dative)
außerhalb = outside of, not within (with Genitive)
bar = bar, without (with Genitive)
bei = by, with (with Dative)
beiderseits = both sides (with Genitive)
betreffs = referring to (with Genitive)
bezüglich = referring to (with Genitive)
binnen = within (with Dative)
bis = until (with Dative)
dank = thanks to (with Genitive)
diesseits = of this side (with Genitive)
durch = by, through (with Accusative)
einschließlich = inclusive (with Genitive)
entgegen = against ( with Genitive)
entlang = along (with Genitive)
entsprechend = according to (with Dative)
fern = far (with Genitive)
für = for (with Accusative)
gegen = against (with Accusative)
gegenüber = opposite (with Dative)
gelegentlich = to the occasion (with Genitive)
gemäß = according to (with Dative)
gen = towards (with Accusative)
halber = for (with Genitive)
hinsichtlich = respectively (with Genitive)
hinter = behind (with Dative)
in = in (with Accusative) o with Dative)
nach = to, towards, after (with Accusative)
infolge = in consequence of (with Genitive)
inklusive = inclusive (with Genitive)
inmitten = within (with Genitive)
innerhalb = within (with Genitive)
je = per (with Accusative)
jenseits = on the other side (with Genitivee)
kraft = through, due to (with Genitive)
längs = along (with Genitive)
mangels = for lack of (with Genitive)
mit = with (with Dative)
mithilfe = with help of (with Genitive)
mitsamt = with, through (with Genitive)
mittels = through (with Genitive)
nächst = close to (with Dative)
nahe = close to (with Dative)
namens = with name (with Dative)
neben = next (with Dative)
nebst = next to, with (with Accusative)
nördlich von = in the north of (with Genitive)
ob = because of (with Genitive)
oberhalb = above (with Genitive)
ohne = without (with Accusative)
östlich (von) = in the east of (with Genitive)
per = by, per (with Accusative)
pro = pro, in favour of (with Accusative)
samt = together with (with Dative)
seit = since, for (with Dative)
seitab = away from (with Genitive)
seitens = for part of (with Genitive)
statt = instead of (with Genitive)
trotz = despite of (with Genitive)
über = above, across, over (with Dative, Accusative)
um = at (with Accusative)
um ... willen = for (with Genitive)
unbeschadet = besides (with Dative)
unfern = near to (with Genitive)
ungeachtet = not taking into account (with Dative)
unter = below, under (with Dative)
unterhalb = below (with Genitive)
unweit = near, not far from (with Genitive)
vermittels = due to (with Genitive)
vermöge = due to ( with Genitive)
via = via (with Accusative)
voll = full of (with Genitive)
vonseiten = (with Genitive)
vor = in front of (with Dative)
vorbehaltlich = with the proviso that (with Dative)
während = during (with Genitive)
wegen = because of (with Dative)
westlich (von = in the west of (with Genitive)
wider = against (with Accusative)
zu = to (with Dative)
zufolge = according to (with Dative)
zugunsten = in favour of (with Genitive)
zulasten = charged to (with Dative)
zuliebe = for (somebody's sake) (with Dative)
zuungunsten = s.o. disadvantage (with Genitive)
zuwider = against (with Dative)
zuzüglich = plus (with Dative)
zwecks = with the aim (with Genitive)
zwischen = between (with Dative)
nach = according to (with Dative)

Verbs with a preposition
The verb maintains its semantic value
The verb loses its semantic value

Position of the preposition
With change of the position
Without change of the position

Exercise 1:

Exercise 2:
Exercise 3:
Exercise 4:
 
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