* Weak masculine nouns decline -[e]n in every case except the nominative; only a few decline -[e]ns differently in the genitive. der Junge, den Jungen, dem Jungen, des Jungen der Friede, den Frieden, dem Frieden, des Friedens
^ Masculine and neuter nouns decline -[e]s in the genitive, with the exception of some weak masculine nouns (see above). der Hund, des Hundes der Vater, des Vaters das Haus, des Hauses das Auto, des Autos
̃ Dative plurals decline -[e]n unless the plural already ends with -n or -s. die Äpfel, den Äpfeln die Bücher, den Büchern die Bananen, den Bananen die Fotos, den Fotos
̄ There is no plural form of the indefinite article. The negative plural form is shown for explanatory purposes.
† Possessive pronouns decline in the same pattern as the indefinite article.
I generally don’t mix up my target languages since I use them all in fairly different contexts, but today I was talking to my aunt in Spanish and started to worry that I had used the wrong case for a word. It took me a few seconds to remember that Spanish doesn’t have cases.
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