Deutsche Grammatik. How do you find the case of a noun or pronoun? . But what is a case?. A case is a situation a noun or a pronoun is in within a clause. It is a particular part of speech—the function it has in the sentence. Let’s check for the case of the noun or pronoun. It could be in :
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How do you find the case of a noun or pronoun?
It could be in :
If so, it is the subject of the sentence and is NOMINATIVE.
z.B: Heute geht meine Mutter mit mir einkaufen.
If so, then use the case the preposition requires.
z. B.: Er arbeitet aufdemDach.
Can you put the English words “of” or”from” in front of the phrase?
If so, then your phrase is in GENETIVE !
z. B: Die Schwestermeines Freundeswohnt in Italien.
Then your noun or pronoun
z.B: Wann gibst du seiner Tochter den Job?
Well, the rest is easy!
z. B.: Ich schreibe eine Prüfung in der Mathestunde.