In the genitif, both the determinant (many) and the adjective (large) have strong declination. Note: The determinant and/or adjective in front of a nominal is called the “modification” (i.e. descriptive) of this nostantian. Strong bending is used when there is no article at all, or when nobiss is preceded by a non-incompressible word or a phrase like a little, something or a lot (“a little, a little, a lot/a lot”). It is also used when the adjective is preceded only by another regular adjective (i.e. unrelated to the article). German puts endings on articles, adjectives that precede nouns, and sometimes on the names themselves to mark sex, case and number. (The four cases, the nominative, the accusative, the dative and the genius, are discussed elsewhere). Extension Examples: To put the right variation on your selected adjective (or determine), you need to know… The 3 endings of conventional adjectives (and 7 other deciulation diagrams!) can be combined with our all-in-one, very intelligent and radical chart, which is much more user-friendly. That`s nice.
There is no determinant here. If you put in a form of it, in this case, it would be “the” because “with” requires the dative and the babies are plural and the plural dative form is of (s) [> I like to play with klein___, doux___ babies]. The end of the adjective is – in: I like to play with cute little babies. > The adjective describes some of the no bite functions — is it difficult? rosa? Stuffed animals? The decision tells us how much or which – this? it? 1? 100? Okay, now we take the substantive female milk (milk) and talk about “cold milk” in all four cases. To shake things up, we use #3 variation models (adjective only) in these examples! Do you see the strong declination both important and important – in the nominative and the accusative? That`s how it connects. It is these adjectives (declinations) that indicate the case of the following name. And we already know that! The basic form of the adjective is the positive form: the adjective strain with the corresponding end.