• German grammar
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  • 2 German functions of words [0/5]
  • 3 German sentence structure [0/28]
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  • 3.1 Sentence structure of main clauses in German [0/4]
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  • 3.3 Negation in German [0/3]
  • 3.4 Questions in German [0/2]
  • 3.5 Indirect speech in German [0/2]
  • 3.6 Conjunctions in German [0/3]
  • 4 German Articles [0/7]
  • 5 German nouns [0/28]
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  • 5.1 Gender of German nouns (substantives) - der, die, das [0/9]
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  • 5.3 German declension (N-declension) [0/4]
  • 5.4 Diminutive (-lein, -chen) in German [0/3]
  • 5.5 Compound nouns in German [0/2]
  • 5.6 Adjectives and verbs as nouns in German [0/1]
  • 6 German pronouns [0/19]
  • 7 German cases [0/13]
  • 8 German adjectives [0/29]
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  • 8.1 Different types of adjectives in German [0/3]
  • 8.2 How to form German adjectives [0/1]
  • 8.3 German participle as adjectives [0/2]
  • 8.4 Comparative and superlative adjectives in German [0/4]
  • 8.5 Declension of German adjectives [0/2]
  • 8.6 Forming and declension of ordinal numbers in German [0/2]
  • 8.7 Possessive adjectives in German [0/2]
  • 8.8 Demonstrative adjectives in German [0/2]
  • 8.9 Interrogative and exclamatory adjectives in German [0/2]
  • 8.10 Indefinite adjectives in German [0/2]
  • 8.11 List of German Adjectives [0/2]
  • 9 German adverbs [0/13]
  • 10 German verbs [0/67]
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  • 10.1 Auxiliary verbs in German [0/5]
  • 10.2 Modal verbs in German [0/8]
  • 10.3 Separable and inseparable verbs in German [0/3]
  • 10.4 Conjugation of regular verbs (weak verbs) in German
  • 10.5 Conjugation of irregular verbs (strong verbs) in German [0/45]
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  • 10.5.1 Conjugation of geben (to give) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.2 Conjugation of gehen (to walk, to go) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.3 Conjugation of lassen (to let) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.4 Conjugation of nehmen (to take) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.5 Conjugation of fahren (to drive) German [0/2]
  • 10.5.6 Conjugation of essen (to eat) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.7 Conjugation of lesen (to read) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.8 Conjugation of sehen (to see) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.9 Conjugation of kommen (to come) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.10 Conjugation of trinken (to drink) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.11 Conjugation of schlafen (to sleep) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.12 Conjugation of gefallen (to please) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.13 Conjugation of schreiben (to write) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.14 Conjugation of helfen (to help) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.15 Conjugation of laufen (to run) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.16 Conjugation of treffen (to meet, to hit) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.17 Conjugation of tragen (to carry) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.18 Conjugation of bleiben (to stay) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.19 Conjugation of schwimmen (to swim) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.20 Conjugation of finden (to find) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.21 Conjugation of waschen (to wash) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.22 Conjugation of bekommen (to get) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.23 Cojugation of bringen (to bring) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.24 Conjugation of sprechen (to speak) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.25 Conjugation of heißen (to be called) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.26 Conjugation of fliegen (to fly) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.27 Conjugation of backen (to bake) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.28 Conjugation of steigen (to rise) in German [0/1]
  • 10.6 List of common verbs in German [0/1]
  • 11 German prepositions [0/27]
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  • 11.1 Locative prepositions in German [0/2]
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  • 11.4 Causal prepositions in German [0/2]
  • 11.5 German prepositions requiring the genitive [0/2]
  • 11.6 German prepositions requiring the dative [0/2]
  • 11.7 German Prepositions requiring the accusative [0/2]
  • 11.8 German prepositions with either dative or accusative [0/2]
  • 11.9 German prepositions and articles [0/2]
  • 11.10 German prepositions with verbs [0/2]
  • 11.11 German prepositions and adjectives [0/2]
  • 12 Tenses and conjugation of German verbs [0/23]
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  • 12.4 Past perfect tense (Plusquamperfekt) in German [0/3]
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  • 13 Infinitive in German [0/8]
  • 14 Imperative in German [0/3]
  • 15 Subjunctive in German [0/6]
  • 16 Active and passive voice in German [0/2]
  • 17 Participle in German [0/6]
  • German prepositions and adjectives

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    Just like with verbs there are also some German adjectives that are always followed by prepositions. In these cases, again, the preposition determines which case is to be used - either Dative or Accusative.

    Here you have an overview of the most important German adjectives with prepositions

    German Adjectives with prepositions in Dative

    These adjectives come with prepositions that demand the dative case

    Adjective + Preposition Translation Example with Dative Example translation
    Abhängig von Dependent on Es ist abhängig von der Zeit. That is dependent on the time.
    Befreundet mit Friends with  Er ist befreundet mit dem Nachbarsjungen. He is friends with the neighbour boy.
    Begeistert von Amazed by sth. Ich bin begeistert von ihrer Stimme. I am amazed by her voice.
    Beschäftigt mit Busy with sth Sie ist beschäftigt mit ihren Hausaufgaben. She is busy with her homework.
    Einverstanden mit In agreement with  Sie sind einverstanden mit dem Vorschlag. They are in agreement with that proposal.
    Entschlossen zu Determined to Er ist entschlossen zu handeln. He is determined to act.
    Erholt von Relaxed from Er ist erholt vom Urlaub. He is relaxed from the vacation.
    Behilflich bei Helpful with Sie ist ihm behilflich bei der Arbeit. She is very helpful to him with the work.
    Getrennt von Seperated from Sie ist getrennt von ihrem Freund. She is separated from her boyfriend.
    Überzeugt von Convinced by Sie sind überzeugt von dem Plan. They are convinced by the plan.
    Verabredet mit Appointed with Ich bin verabredet mit meiner Kollegin. I am appointed with my colleagues.
    Verbunden mit Connected with Mein Handy ist verbunden mit dem Fernseher. My phone is connected with the TV
    Vergleichbar mit Comparable with Das ist vergleichbar mit dieser Situation. That is comparable with this situation
    Verzweifelt an Desperate with Er ist verzweifelt an diesem Level. He is desperate with this game

    German Adjectives with Prepositions in Accusative

    These adjectives come with prepositions that demand the accusative case

    Adjective + Preposition Translation Example with Accusative Example translation
    Angepasst an Adapted to Das Tier ist angepasst an die Umgebung. The animal is adapted to the environment.
    Aufgeregt über Excited for Er ist aufgeregt über das Konzert. He is excited for the concert.
    Berühmt für Famous for Sie ist berühmt für nur einen Song. She is famous for only one song.
    Dankbar für Grateful for Ich bin dankbar für dein Geschenk. I am grateful for your present.
    Eifersüchtig auf Jealous of Sie ist eifersüchtig auf ihr Talent. She is jealous of her talent.
    Empört über Upset about Sie sind empört über diese Aussage. They are upset about that statement.
    Engagiert für Committed to  Er ist sehr engagiert für diese Sache. He is very committed to this cause
    Erfreut über Happy over Sie ist sehr erfreut über diese Änderung. She is very happy over that change.
    Gespannt auf Excited for Ich bin gespannt auf den nächsten Teil. I am excited for the next part.
    Gewöhnt an Used to  Ich bin gewöhnt an das kalte Wasser. I am used to the cold water
    Konzentriert auf Focused on Sie ist konzentriert auf ihre Arbeit. She is focused on her work.
    Besorgt um Concerned for Er ist sehr besorgt um seinen Bruder. He is very concerned for his brother.
    Spezialisiert auf Specialized on Der Arzt ist spezialisiert auf diese Fälle. The doctor is specialized on these cases.
    Verliebt in  In love with Er ist verliebt in sie. He is in love with her
    Vorbereitet auf Prepared for Sie ist vorbereitet auf den Test. She is prepared for the test.
    Verwundert über Surprised by Ich bin verwundert über das Ergebnis. I am surprised by that result.