German Words: Top 1000 Nouns

German Words: Top 1000 Nouns
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Why learn the German nouns?

Nouns are a class of words which serve to designate entities, beings and objects around us. Nouns serve to mention people, actions, places, feelings and everything that can be touched, seen or felt. In this course, you will have access to the most used nouns in German. You can manage your time and learn at your own pace. You'll also have access to a list of nouns in German. German nouns are divided into three genders (masculine, feminine, neutral), two numbers (singular and plural) and four cases (nominative, accusative, dative and genitive). The gender of a German noun affects the articles, pronouns, and adjectives that refer to it. In written language, all nouns are written with an initial capital letter. It is very important to learn the German nouns because they carry information. The German nouns are also important because they are the subjects of sentences, they show what are the sentences about. Those are two main reasons to start learning German nouns right now. Here are some examples of nouns in German included in this course:

  • 1. der Vater (die Väter) = father
  • 2. das Jahr (die Jahre) = year
  • 3. die Arbeit (die Arbeiten) = work
  • 4. das Haus (die Häuser) = house
  • 5. das Zimmer (die Zimmer) = roon

With the help of flashcards, it will be easier to learn the classification of German nouns and understand the German nouns and their meaning better. The pictures will make learning German nouns fun and effective! Moreover, the flashcards will teach you how to pronounce German nouns so you don't have to worry about being misunderstood! With the help of VocApp you will learn the nouns in German in an easy and fun way!

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