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"Nomen" German translation




Nomen is the German word for noun. It refers to a word that represents a person, place, thing, or idea.

Part of speech





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Meaning: name

Mein Nomen ist Anna.

My name is Anna.

Meaning: noun

Das Nomen beschreibt eine Person, einen Ort oder eine Sache.

The noun describes a person, a place, or a thing.

Meaning: substantive

Im Deutschen werden Nomen großgeschrieben.

In German, substantives are capitalized.

Meaning: proper noun

Berlin ist ein Nomen.

Berlin is a proper noun.


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A1: Das Nomen ist ein Hauptwort.

A1: The noun is a main word.

A1: Ich lerne die deutschen Nomen.

A1: I am learning the German nouns.

A1: Kannst du mir ein Beispiel für ein Nomen geben?

A1: Can you give me an example of a noun?

B1: Das Nomen wird großgeschrieben.

B1: The noun is capitalized.

B1: Die Deklination der Nomen kann kompliziert sein.

B1: The declension of nouns can be complicated.

B2: In diesem Satz steht das Nomen im Genitiv.

B2: In this sentence, the noun is in the genitive case.

B2: Die meisten Nomen haben einen bestimmten Artikel.

B2: Most nouns have a definite article.

C1: Das Nomen hat verschiedene Flexionsformen.

C1: The noun has various inflectional forms.

C1: Die Pluralbildung der Nomen folgt unterschiedlichen Regeln.

C1: The plural formation of nouns follows different rules.

C2: Die semantische Rolle eines Nomens kann sich ändern.

C2: The semantic role of a noun can change.

Advanced Description

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In German grammar, Nomen is an important part of speech. Like in English, it is used to name people, places, things, and ideas. Nouns in German can be masculine, feminine, or neuter, and they can also have different forms depending on their case (nominative, accusative, dative, and genitive).

Nomen plays a crucial role in sentence structure and agreement in German. It determines the gender and number of other words in the sentence. For example, adjectives and articles must agree with the gender and number of the noun they modify. Understanding the concept of Nomen is essential for mastering German grammar.

Learning and memorizing nouns is an important step in building vocabulary in German. By knowing the gender and plural form of a noun, you can correctly use it in sentences and communicate effectively in German.

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