Declension:

Der Words

 MasculineFeminineNeuterPlural
NOMder junge Manndie junge Fraudas junge Kinddie jungen Kinder
ACCden jungen Manndie junge Fraudas junge Kinddie jungen Kinder
DATdem jungen Mannder jungen Fraudem jungen Kindden jungen Kindern
GENdes jungen Mannesder jungen Fraudes jungen Kindesder jungen Kinder

Ein Words

  MasculineFeminineNeuterPlural
NOMein junger Manneine junge Frauein junges Kindkeine jungen Kinder
ACCeinen jungen Manneine junge Frauein junges Kindkeine jungen Kinder
DATeinem jungen Manneiner jungen Fraueinem jungen Kindkeinen jungen Kindern
GENeines jungen Manneseiner jungen Fraueines jungen Kindeskeiner jungen Kinder

Non-Preceeded

  MasculineFeminineNeuterPlural
NOMjunger Mannjunge Fraujunges Kindjunge Kinder
ACCjungen Mannjunge Fraujunges Kindjunge Kinder
DATjungem Mannjunger Fraujungem Kindjungen Kindern
GEN*jungen Mannesjunger Frau*jungen Kindesjunger Kinder

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Here are some of the powerful online links:

German-English Dictionary

German verb conjugation lookup

German short Stories Kurzgeschichten

Autoren bei Gutenberg

E.T.A Hoffmann

Sueddeutsche Zeitung

Westdeutsche Zeitung

Deutsche Zeitungen

TV News from around the world

The Never Ending Story or Die Unendliche Geschichte

Michael Ende

There is something that is known as the "Legends of Fantastica". From what i understand, it is a series of fantastical children stories that followed Michael Ende's "The NeverEnding Story". I am quite interested on the rest of the stories that followed. According to wikipedia, only six have been published and translated to English. The other six have not been published and may never be translated for the English speaking community.

For anyone who plans to pursue a PhD degree in Germanic Language, one can easily conduct research or to work their Dissertation paper on Children's Literature specializing in the genre of Fantasy in this time period. One can also work on Dissertation in comparative Literature with the series of Legends of Fantastica vs other famous English fantasy works of Art. University of Virginia may have such a program, go check it out.

for anyone who is interested in pursuing a MS/MA in Education take a look at RU School of Education or someone who is interested in IT/CS at an University, Radford University also has other programs RU School of ITEC available to cannidates who are interested in learning about data mining using Oracle in their CS department.

Opera:

Virginia Opera:The 2016-2017 Season, the Virginia Opera will entice the young at heart and the Opera experts. For those who lives in the Richmond area should see atleast one of the Operas this coming season, it will be a treat.

Virginia Opera: Flash Require
Baltimore Opera House
Charles Street Opera Series
NY metropolitant Opera
Philly Opera
George mason University center for the arts

Deutsche Grammatik:

Due to the complicated natur of this section, we will have to remove this part temporarily until we can find a better way of explaining the German grammar to everyone. For the time being, we will introduce a few popular german verbs in the present tense along with its conjugated forms.

Sentence Structures

Present tense:

I am working, I do work, I work. Lets use "arbeiten".
Present:
ich arbeite I work
du arbeitest you work
er,sie,es arbeitet he,she,it works
wir arbeiten we work
ihr arbeitet you work
sie arbeiten they work
Sie(formal) arbeiten You work
I am having, I do have, I have. Lets use "haben".
Present:
ich habe I have
du hast you have
er,sie,es hat he,she,it has
wir haben we have
ihr habt you have
sie haben they have
Sie(formal) haben You have
I am, ?, ?. Lets use "sein".
Present:
ich bin I am
du bist you are
er,sie,es ist he,she,it is
wir sind we are
ihr seid you are
sie sind they are
Sie sind You are


Past tense:

I have worked, I did work, I worked.

Present Perfect:

Accusative Prepositions:

durch, für,gegen, ohne, um

Dative Prepositions:

popular ones: aus, ausser, bei, mit, nach, seit, von, zu

Genitive Prepositions:

popular ones: statt, trotz, während, wegen

Prepositions which can take either Dative or Accusative:

an, auf, hinter, in, neben, über, unter, vor, zwischen

Pronouns:

  NominativeAccusativeDative
Iichmichmir
you(informal)dudichdir
heerihnihm
shesiesieihr
itesesihm
Wewirunsuns
You(plural)ihreucheuch
theysiesieihnen
You(formal)SieSieIhnen

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