German nouns declension
Who or what?, Whose?, and so on are part of the basic German grammar and must be known. Although there are only four cases in German (nominative, genitive, dative, accusative) – three less than in Croatian – sometimes difficulties occur. From now on, croDict offers help for everyone who learns German as a foreign language and wants to know the whole range of German Grammar. Visitors can now use a large number of German declined nouns in all four cases in singular and plural – well arranged and easy to understand. The best part is that the declined German nouns are very easy to find. You only need to click the German flag in the dictionary so that the German dictionary is selected, then enter the noun. It doesn’t matter if you use the basic form or an already declined form of the noun.
Now submit the search and croDict will do the rest. Within seconds, the German noun will appear in its basic form with the complete corresponding declination. Now you can just read the relevant case with its referring ending and go an searching for another German declination or another word.
Create your own flashcard
If you want to learn the declined German nouns for the longer term you can create a fitting flashcard. Just record the searched noun with its complete declination on a flashcard that can be retrieved any time. Of course, the flashcards can be used not only for declined German nouns, but also for verbs, adjectives, and all other vocabulary you need in order to learn a language. croDict’s flashcards can be used to learn any language, are easy to create and to save. You can share your own saved flashcards with friends, so that other people can learn and exercise with them as well. This way, possible errors can be found and corrected, and everyone wins. For some time now, the German-Croatian Online Dictionary croDict has been offering a German-English dictionary and a Croatian-English dictionary to its visitors as well. Users can participate in the extension of all three dictionaries by using the function “Suggest New Translation”. Before the proposed translations will be added to the relevant dictionary, they will be revised carefully by native speakers. A wrong translation will be corrected and only then will be visible for all users. This way, croDict’s high quality standard can be maintained and the vocabulary will continue to grow and will always be up-to-date.