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How do you decline Wemfall?

How do you decline Wemfall in all four cases? In the singular and plural? You can read that here.

The declination of Wemfall in the singular

Nominative singularthe Wemfall
Genitive singularof the Wemfall
Dative singularthe Wemfall
Accusative singularthe Wemfall

The declination of Wemfalls in plural

Nominative pluralthe Wemfalls
Genitive pluralof the Wemfalls
Dative pluralthe Wemfalls
Accusative pluralthe Wemfalls

Find the right case

So now you know how the nominative, genitive, dative and accusative of Wemfall rightly called. Of course, that doesn't explain: When do you even use the nominative, when do you use the genitive, etc.? This is of course one of the more difficult questions in German grammar and we certainly cannot give an answer with all the details. Still, we hope this summary helps you.

The Wemfall: Explanations on the nominative

The nominative is also called “first case”. This first case is identical to the basic form of the noun. So you don't have to decline here at all.
Of course, for the nominative plural (the Wemfalls) important to know the plural form of the noun. The plural forms of nouns are not always easy in German. There are a few exceptions.
The use of the nominative, on the other hand, is fairly clear: it is used when the noun in a sentence has the subject is. The subject is very often the first word in a sentence, but not always. The order of the words in German is quite flexible. You can after that subject of a sentence with who or What ask:

What's the name of "The Wemfall"? – "The Wemfall" called ...

For the Wemfall Miss Black always interested.

Of the Wemfalls, the Wemfalls:

The genitive is not used very often in German. That is probably a good thing: it is precisely the case in which even native speakers make a particularly large number of mistakes. But that is often not that bad. Because in everyday language, Germans often use a dative construction instead of the genitive, namely from the Wemfall and not the genitive form of the Wemfall. For the written language, however, it is still important to know the genitive! This dative construction often does not fit so well here.
You use the genitive when you want to say what a thing belongs to or who is its owner. The question word for the genitive is whose. So you say, for example:

Whose is that?
This is ... of the Wemfall

After a few prepositions one uses Wemfall in the genitive, for example in the face of whofall, instead of the Wemfall or because of the Wemfall. These prepositions are much more common in the written language than in everyday language.
Some verbs - e.g. B. to suspect someone (= suspect that someone did something wrong) or help yourself (= use) - need the genitive as an object. These verbs are used almost exclusively in the written language.

The Wemfall, the Wemfall: When do you use the dative?

One uses the dative to show who the addressee / recipient or the target of something is. The appropriate question is who or what. Here are a few examples of words after which a dative is often used in German: lend, bring, recommend, give, give, write, wish, explain, send, show, offer ...
There are a few prepositions after which the dative is used in German: from the Wemfall, with the Wemfall, by the Wemfall.

The Wemfall, the Wemfall: Explanations on the accusative

The accusative - the Wemfall - is the form for the direct object, i.e. the object of doing. One asks for objects in the accusative with the question words whom or What.

Who or what am I ignoring?
I ignore the Wemfall.

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