German pronoun

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Last seen on: –Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Sep 19 2022
L.A. Times Daily Crossword – Jul 24 2022
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Random information on the term “German pronoun”:

German nouns have a grammatical gender, as in many related Indo-European languages. They can be masculine, feminine, or neuter, even words for objects without (obvious) masculine or feminine characteristics like ‘bridge’ or ‘rock’. They are also declined (change form) depending on their grammatical case (their function in a sentence) and whether they are singular or plural. German has four cases, nominative, accusative, dative and genitive.

German, along with other High German languages, such as Luxembourgish, is unique among major languages using the Latin alphabet in that all nouns, both proper and common, are capitalized (for example, “the book” is always written as “das Buch”). Only a handful of other languages generally capitalize their nouns, mainly regional languages inspired by German such as Saterland Frisian. Noun compounds are written together (for example, the German word for “spy satellite” is “Spionagesatellit”).

German plurals are normally formed by adding -e, -en, -er or nothing to the noun, sometimes also a vowel is changed, the so-called umlaut. Recent loanwords from French and English often keep the -s plural ending.

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Random information on the term “ICH”:

Ich (German for I or Me) is the second album by Sido. After two weeks of release (on 4 December 2006), it reached gold status. The album climbed to number 4 in the albums chart.

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