Cookies používáme proto, abychom mohli přizpůsobovat a měřit reklamy a vytvářet bezpečnější prostředí.Když na tomto webu na něco kliknete nebo přejdete, vyjádříte tím svůj souhlas, že smíme pomocí cookies shromažďovat informace na Facebooku i mimo něj.The indirect object (dative) is usually the receiver of the direct object (accusative).In the first example above, the driver got the ticket.The days in many cases are also similar because of a common Germanic heritage.Most of the days bear the names of Teutonic gods in both languages.Přečtěte si další informace, mimo jiné i to, jaké máte možnosti: zásady používání souborů cookie. Luckily, because they are based on Latin, the English and German words for the months are almost identical.
Depending on how a given word is used — whether it's the subject, a possessive, an indirect or a direct object — the spelling and the pronunciation of that noun or pronoun changes, as does the preceding article.You also are in charge of building houses to attract new bachelors into the area, which earn you rent, and waiting for relationships to turn into marriages as love meters fill over time. The Italians also use a preposition (con il coltello), but in Russian the case marking is attached to the noun (nozhom).For native English speakers, one of the most challenging aspects of learning German, at least initially, can be the fact that each noun, pronoun and article has four cases.For example, in German, the date 1/6/01 would be written 6.1.01 (which is Epiphany or Three Kings, the 6th of January 2001).This is the logical order, moving from the smallest unit (the day) to the largest (the year).Amusingly, The nominative case can follow the verb "to be," as in the last example.The verb "is" acts like an equal sign (my mother = architect).These are used on calendars, schedules and German/Swiss watches that indicate the day and date.To say "on Monday" or "on Friday" you use the prepositional phrase A few words about the dative case, which is used as the object of certain prepositions (as with dates) and as the indirect object of a verb. The months for each season above are, of course, for the northern hemisphere where Germany and the other German-speaking countries lie.Often, the dative can be identified by adding a "to" in the translation, such as "the policeman gives the ticket to the driver." The question word in the dative is, naturally enough, change.If you misuse the accusative case in German, you might say something that would sound like "him has the book" or "her saw he yesterday" in English.