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3. This marks passages that articulate like you were advice from English to German. This is about a lot added assignment than aloof advancing up with an commodity in German, and yet about produces essentially lower grades, because what you address becomes actual adamantine to understand. Students are about abashed by the anticipation of aggravating to "think in German," but you absolutely accept to do that to address a acceptable essay, and it's easier than you think. For a action you can use to alpha accomplishing this step-by-step, by application the German you've abstruse as array of a architecture kit, alpha with absolutely basal phrases and again accretion and abutting them application what you've abstruse about e.g. adjectives, conjunctions and prepositions, accredit to: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/german/hmr/schreiben/schreibstrategien.html
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5. Definite Commodity (appropriate anatomy of der/das/die) is missing.
6. Broad Commodity (appropriate anatomy of ein/eine) is missing.
7. Bethink to use er/sie/es etc. as pronouns for he/she/it etc., not der/die/das. Exception: about pronouns (here, you do use der/die/das to beggarly who/whom). Bethink additionally that the pronoun for an azoic commodity is not automatically es, but rather will be er, sie or es (or the accusative or dative of those pronouns) depending on the thing's gender.
8. Pronouns about appear "ASAP" ("as anon as possible") in the sentence.
9. Bethink the Time/Manner/Place aphorism for chat order: e.g. Wir fahren (1) oft (2) mit der Bahn (3) nach Graceland; Ich tanze (1) morgens (2) gern (3) auf dem Bett.
10. In English, if a book does not alpha with the subject, the antecedent aspect is set off by a comma, as in "Today, I accept become calmly numb." In German, this does not happen, and that's important to bethink because accidentally inserting the breach may accomplish you balloon to put the verb in position 2. Thus, you charge to say "Heute bin ich angenehm abgestumpft geworden," NOT "Heute, ich bin angenehm abgestumpft geworden."
10a. BUT: A few antecedent elements in German are set off by a comma. The best accepted ones are "Ja," "Nein," "Doch," and "Na ja." Back this happens, the verb should chase in position two afterwards the comma, i.e. "Ja, ich tanze gern," NOT "Ja, tanze ich gern."
11. Actuality is a abbreviate account of noun endings with their associated genders: DIE: -ei, -schaft, -heit, -keit, -ung, -tät, -tion, -ik, -ie, -enz, -anz, -ur; DER: -ig, -ling, -ant, -us [mnemonic: der Iglingantus - account some approximate fantasy actuality ]; DAS: -ment, -um, -ium, and diminutives catastrophe in -chen or -lein
11a. About 90% of the time, -e endings beggarly the noun is feminine: die Nase, die Katastrophe, die Sonne. Some important exceptions: das Auge, der Käse, nouns apropos to men (der Biologe, der Kollege) or to some animals (der Affe, der Hase), and nouns alpha with Ge- (das Gebäude, das Gebirge).
11b. das Auto is neuter, but all specific car brands are masculine: der VW, der Toyota, der Porsche, der Honda
11c. Verb infinitives angry into nouns are neuter: das Schwimmen, das Singen, das Schweißen [=welding]
11d. Collective nouns alpha with Ge- are alter (das Gebäude, das Gebirge). However, a feminine catastrophe (such as -schaft) overrides the Ge-: die Gemeinschaft, die Gesellschaft.
11e. Best metals are neuter: das Gold, das Silber, das Eisen, das Blei [=lead]
12. Commas appear afore subordinating conjunctions, not afterwards them: "Ich denke, dass das stimmt," NOT "Ich denke dass, das stimmt."
13. Bethink that if you accept a arrangement of adjectives, they all booty the aforementioned ending.
14. Don't abash adjective endings and ein-word endings! The table of endings for ein is commodity you abstruse actual early, and in particular, you should bethink that in the Masc. & Neut. Nominative and the Neut. Accusative, "ein" has no ending; otherwise, its endings are like those of der/das/die. Adjective endings are altered and alone rarely the aforementioned as the endings for "ein." In particular, if you acquisition yourself adage commodity like "eines groes Haus" or "einer groer Mann" you apperceive you're authoritative a mistake: back "ein" has an ending, the adjective afterward it can alone end in -e or -en.
15. Bethink "ein" doesn't accept a plural, aloof like "a" in English!
16. Commodity we don't consistently emphasize: the analogous conjunctions und, denn, sondern, aber, oder absolutely bottle chat order, as against to acute the verb to chase in position two. ==> If e.g. an "und"-clause follows a subordinating affiliation and continues its thought, the verb will be last: Ich bin müde, weil ich viel arbeite und jede Nacht bis 4 Uhr morgens auf dem Diag tanze.
17. Auxiliary Verb (appropriate anatomy of haben/sein) is missing in the communicative past.
18. Bethink that normally, you should alter "nicht ein" by "kein." [Some exceptions: to accent "ein" [not one…] (Im Inneren von Nauru gibt es nicht einen Baum"); to say things like "Isn't that/it a…" ("Ist das nicht ein Baum?")]
19. This agenda indicates that you should use a contraction, e.g. im, am, vom, zum, zur.
20. This agenda indicates that you've acclimated a abbreviating that would be adapted in accent but not in writing, e.g. any of the contractions with "das" (ins, ans, aufs, vors, hinters etc.), occasionally vom, zum, or zur, and (rarely) im or am.
20a. This agenda indicates that you've acclimated "im," which is abbreviate for "in dem," back absolutely you aloof charge "in."
21. Comparatives are consistently formed by abacus "-er" and possibly alteration the adjective stem; NEVER by application "mehr adjective" in the way in which you sometimes can in English.
21a. If the verb in a allusive book is "sein," both things actuality compared are nominative [e.g. Du bist grer als mich ich.]
22. This agenda agency you charge to use a da-compound.
22a. This agenda agency you charge to use an advanced da-compound. (e.g. "Ich freue mich darauf, nach Deutschland zu reisen"; "Man war berrascht darber, dass die Erde rund war.")
22b. This agenda indicates that you've acclimated a da-compound (e.g. "damit") area you bare to use a preposition a about pronoun (e.g. mit dem/mit der/mit denen).
23. "das" vs "dass": "Dass" is a affiliation acceptation "that," and consistently introduces a clause. "Das" is of advance an commodity and is about acclimated as an general pronoun [e.g. "Ich verstehe das nicht; Was ist das?"], but bethink it can additionally be a about pronoun.
24. If addition wants addition abroad to do something, you accept to use "wollen" or "mchten" with a "dass"-clause, not with an infinitive: Of advance "Ich mchte schwimmen" = "I appetite to swim," but if I appetite you to swim, I accept to say "Ich mchte, dass du schwimmst," NOT "Ich mchte du/dich schwimmen."
25. "mögen" vs "gern": Use "mgen" if you like a noun, i.e. a thing; use "gern" with verbs to say you like to do something.
25a. Use "mchte" for "I would like" (to accept a affair or to do something); bethink "mchte" has no accomplished close ==> you accept to use "wollte" to say what you capital in the past.
26. als/wenn/wann: For completed accomplished events, use "als." For present and approaching events, and for again accomplished contest ("Whenever I…"), use "wenn." Use "wann" alone for questions and aberrant questions. [Indirect questions don't accept a catechism mark, but betoken a question, e.g.: "I accept no abstraction back [==> wann] that is."]
27. Use "um…zu" [ infinitive] if (and alone if!) you could say "in adjustment to" in English: I accept climbed the accomplished mountains, I accept run through the fields, alone [in order] to be with you = …nur um mit/bei dir zu sein.
27a. Do NOT use "um…zu" if you could not say "in adjustment to" in English: Es ist leicht, um Deutsch zu lernen.
27b. Use damit instead of um…zu if the two clauses do not accept the aforementioned subject. Agenda the aberration amid these two examples: Ich arbeite, damit meine Familie essen kann = I assignment so that my ancestors can eat; Ich arbeite, um meine Familie essen zu knnen = I assignment in adjustment to be able to eat my ancestors 🙂
28. "Viel" and "wenig" booty no adjective endings in the atypical (when they are not preceded by a determiner, which they usually aren't): "Ich habe viel Zeit und viel Geld, aber wenig Schokolade." [But: Wo ist das viele Geld, das ich dir gegeben hatte?"] They booty approved adjective endings in the plural: "Ich habe viele Elvispuppen."
28a. "Mehr" never takes an ending. The chat "mehrere" agency "several."
29. "viel" vs "sehr": Use "viel" if you could say "many, a lot of, much" in English, and use "sehr" if you could say "very" in English.
30. Back "ber" agency "about," it is consistently followed by the accusative.
31. "Auch" should appear afore the affair in common, or at the end of the commodity if the accomplished commodity is the affair in common. Thus, the position of "auch" is array of like that of "nicht." Activate sentences with "auch" alone if you appetite to accent it.
32. "Man" is again in German, clashing in English: Wenn man Hunger hat, chaos er man SPAM essen. "One's" = sein ending. The accusative anatomy of "man" is "einen," and the dative is "einem," but abstain these in autograph if possible, as they complete colloquial.
33. "wenn" vs "ob": Use "ob" if and alone if you could say "whether" in English; contrarily use "wenn" to construe English "if."
34. vor/bevor; nach/nachdem: vor and nach are prepositions and aloof charge to be completed by a noun: Vor der Klasse esse ich, nach der Klasse schlafe ich. Bevor and nachdem are conjunctions and charge to be acclimated as allotment of a commodity including a verb: Bevor die Klasse beginnt, esse ich. Nachdem ich esse, schlafe ich.
34a. Vorher = "before" as in "previously, afore that." früher = "before" as in "in the old days; in the past." Später and nachher = "later."
35a. DO NOT use "zunchst" to beggarly "next": "zunchst" [=initially, first] is absolutely a acceptable way of adage "to activate with" in writing!
35b. "Erst/zuerst" = "first," and can be followed by "dann" [=then] and conceivably "schlielich" [=eventually]. "Firstly, secondly, thirdly…" = "Erstens, zweitens, drittens…"; agenda that overuse of these agreement can complete awkward.
36. Phrases like "in conclusion" are not accepted at the end of essays in German. If you absolutely appetite to say commodity like that, accept appropriately from: "abschlieend lsst sich sagen" [=to achieve this discussion, one can say…] "alles in allem," and "insgesamt" [=in total, all in all, overall].
36a. Warnings: "schlielich" agency "finally, eventually, in the end" afterwards a account of contest or actions, but otherwise, it agency "after all"; "endlich" agency "finally" with the association that it took a continued time to ability that point; "berall" agency "everywhere," not "overall."
37. "so" vs "also": Use "also" to construe English "so" if you could alter "so" by "thus" in English. Bethink English "also" is "auch" in German. Use "so" in English and German if you could alter "so" by "so very" in English. Additionally use "so" for "in this manner": "Wir haben es so gemacht."
37a. For "so that," use "damit" [to accent the purpose] or "so dass" [to accent the result].
38. acclimated to/would: These two verbs are sometimes acclimated in English to announce that you did commodity habitually. In German, aloof use the verb oft or normalerweise or immer, or use frher [=earlier, in the past] to accent that this is no best the case: "I acclimated to eat lots of meat" = "Ich habe frher viel Fleisch gegessen"; "I would cry whenever I heard the ice chrism man" = "Ich habe immer geweint, wenn ich den Eiswagen gehrt habe."
39. could: If could indicates commodity you ability do in the future, it's subjunctive: "Ich knnte ein 'A' in diesem Kurs bekommen." If it indicates commodity you were or were not able to do in the past, it's aloof the accomplished close of "knnen," not subjunctive: "Ich konnte ein 'A' in meinem Deutschkurs im letzten Semester bekommen" [no umlaut on "konnte"]. For what you could accept done in the accomplished (but didn't), you charge the bifold infinitive construction: Ich htte ein 'A' bekommen knnen, wenn ich mehr gelernt htte."
40. authoritative X do Y: "Machen" cannot be acclimated for authoritative someone/something do something. There is no simple way to accurate this in German, so one has to adapt it some added way. E.g.: "The choir in my arch fabricated me do it" is not "Die Stimmen in meinem Kopf haben mich das tun gemacht," but rather "Die Stimmen in meinem Kopf haben mich gezwungen [=forced, obliged]/berredet [=persuaded], das zu tun." "The agent makes the auto turn" is not "Der Motor macht die Rder drehen," but rather artlessly "Der Motor dreht die Rder." "The aerial temperature makes the artificial melt" is not "Die hohe Temperatur macht das Plastik schmelzen," but rather "Das Plastik schmilzt wegen der hohen Temperatur."
41. "kennen" vs "wissen": Use "kennen" to accurate familiarity/acquaintance with something, and use "wissen" for alive facts.
42. Back the verb "sein" is followed by a plural noun, it's plural, alike if it's preceded by a atypical noun or a all-encompassing "das": Das Problem ist sind die hohen Preise; Das ist sind meine Eltern; Eine schöne Sehenswürdigkeit [=sight account seeing] in Tübingen ist sind die vielen alten Fachwerkhäuser [=half-timbered houses].
43. "ander-" vs "verschieden": Use "verschieden" to accurate differences aural a brace or accumulation of things or bodies [die Studenten in unserer Klasse sind alle verschieden; sie trgt zwei verschiedene Schuhe; Neon und Chlor haben ganz verschiedene Eigenschaften [=characteristics, qualities]. Use " anders" to accurate differences amid things or bodies [Ich habe es anders gemacht; ich habe eine andere Meinung; ich mchte ein anderes Buch lesen]. Occasionally, you can accept which angle you appetite to adopt: "Ich bin anders als du" OR "Du und ich, wir sind verschieden." Agenda that "Wir sind anders" would beggarly "We are altered from added people" (not: "We are altered from anniversary other").
44. Be accurate advice English "most." Examples: "most people" = "die meisten Leute"; "most of the trees" = "die meisten Bume" [i.e. "of" is not translated]; "I spent best of the money" = "Ich habe fast das ganze Geld ausgegeben." "Der grte Teil von/des/der…" additionally about works to construe "most of." "Most of the time" = "meistens," or use "hauptschlich" for this if you beggarly "mainly."
45. "Seit" alone agency "since" in the banausic faculty (e.g. seit einem Jahr, seit gestern, seit ich in Ann Arbor wohne). Use "weil," "da" or "denn" for "since" in the faculty of a acumen for something.
46. "Denn-clauses" charge to chase the commodity they explain. If you appetite to activate a book with a acumen for something, you accept to use "weil" or "da."
47. "die Zukunft" vs "das Futur": "Die Zukunft" absolutely agency "the future"; "das Futur" is alone acclimated as a grammatical term.
48. The general appellation "people" is acclimated abundant added frequently than its German equivalents, "Leute" and "Menschen." Unless you're apropos to specific bodies ("Leute"), or the bodies in a army ("Menschen"), try to use "man" or the passive, or acquisition addition way to adapt your sentence, if you would say "people" in English. Agenda also: "Humanity" = "die Menschheit."
49. A actual abbreviate laundry account of advantageous words and phrases whose acceptation may not be anon obvious: nicht mehr = no longer; not yet = noch nicht; noch nie is never as in "I've never gone skydiving," i.e. for never in the faculty of not yet. Alike if = auch wenn. Only, as in "I've alone accepted you for a year" or "The attachment was alone invented in 1893" = erst. Addition = noch ein. Even, as in "I got up on time and I alike fabricated the bed" is sogar. Immer noch = still as in "I'm still breast-feeding the baby."
50. "Das Haar" and "Die Hausaufgabe" are singular; "Die Haare" and "Die Hausaufgaben" are plural. "Leute" are plural. "Die Polizei," "die Familie" and "die Gruppe" are singular.
51. This agenda agency that you accept acclimated an adjective catastrophe for an adverb, i.e. for a chat that is anecdotic an adjective or a verb, and not a noun. Adverbs do not booty adjective endings. Examples: "Der Audi TT ist ein relativ schnelles Auto". Here, "relativ" is anecdotic "schnell" (relatively fast) not "Auto" ("ein ancestors Auto: a about car"). "Wir sahen einen laut bellenden Hund" [=We saw a audibly barking dog]. Here, "laut" is anecdotic "bellend" (loudly barking), not "Hund" ("ein lauter Hund: a loud dog").
52. Adjectives catastrophe in -el, -auer or -euer bead the final "e" back they booty an adjective catastrophe or a allusive ending, but accumulate it in the superlative. Accepted examples are dunkel, teuer and sauer: mein teures Auto ist in einer dunklen Garage; Zitronen sind saurer als pfel; das teuerste Auto ist in der dunkelsten Garage.
53. The adjective "hoch" drops the "c" back it takes an adjective catastrophe (e.g. "bei hohen Temperaturen"); its allusive anatomy is "hher" and its accomplished is "am hchsten."
54. About clauses consistently chase the noun they are accouterment advice about, but if this would account a distinct verb to chase a almost (J) continued about commodity by itself, again that verb should announce the about clause. Thus "Ich habe den Ring, den du mir gestern auf der Party gegeben hast, verloren" is not absolutely wrong, but "Ich habe den Ring verloren, den du mir gestern auf der Party gegeben hast" sounds better.
55. Back ein is acclimated as a pronoun instead of as an broad article, i.e. back it does not announce a noun [or adjective noun], it takes the aforementioned endings as "dieser." These are mostly the aforementioned as the accustomed "ein"-endings, so you alone charge to apperceive about this in the Masculine Nominative ("einer" instead of "ein") and the Alter Nominative and Accusative ("eines" instead of "ein"; abnormally in speaking, this tends to be beneath to "eins"). This occurs best frequently back you say "One of the…", e.g. "Der VW Käfer ist eines der erfolgreichsten Automodelle der Geschichte" or "Einer der wichtigsten Vorteile…" The added ein-words additionally chase this catastrophe arrangement back acclimated as pronouns. Added examples: Das ist nicht mein Baby, sondern sein(e)s ["sein" functions actuality as a pronoun for "sein Baby"]. "Das ist nicht mein Hut, sondern ihrer. Ihrer ist blau, meiner ist gelb." Agenda the chatty announcement "die einen…die anderen," e.g. "Die einen [some] essen lieber SPAM, die anderen [others] essen lieber Spätzle."
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