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

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 . Nouns in German are divided into three genres (masculine, feminine, neutral), two numbers (singular and plural) and four cases (nominative, accusative, dative and genitive). The gender of a noun affects the articles, pronouns, and adjectives that refer to it. In written language, all nouns are written with an initial capital letter. With the help of flashcards , it will be easier to learn the classification of German nouns and better understand the classification of nouns . With the help of VocApp you will learn the nouns in German in an easy and fun way.

Why learn German?

Did you know that German is the second most spoken language in the scientific / academic world? Germany is considered one of the countries with the greatest number of useful inventions in history: insulin, diesel engine, pocket watch, press, electric locomotive, among others. German is the language of Beethoven, Mozart and Bach. Although German is the official language, there are several dialects in Germany that vary from region to region such as Frisian, Low German, Middle German, Frankisch, Alemannic and Bavarian- Austrian. German is spoken as a mother tongue in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, some parts of Belgium, the Italian region of South Tyrol and southern Denmark. There are about 185 million German speakers in the world, being the 10th most spoken language. The German language uses the Latin alphabet, but has three more vowels and a consonant beyond the 26 letters of the alphabet. The vowels are ä, ö and ü. The consonant is the eszett which is represented by the Greek letter ß and pronounced with the sound of "ss".

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