Adjective endings after ein, eine, etc.

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Adjective endings after ein, eine, etc.

After the articles and possessives ein (a), kein (no), mein (my), dein (your), sein (his), unser (our), euer (your), ihr (her/their) and Ihr (your), we use the following adjective endings:

Nominativ Akkusativ Dativ
maskulin ein schöner Tisch einen schönen Tisch einem schönen Tisch
feminin eine schöne Bluse eine schöne Bluse einer schönen Bluse
neutrum ein schönes Haus ein schönes Haus einem schönen Haus
Plural keine schönen Blumen keine schönen Blumen keinen schönen Blumen

Caroline serviert einen schwarzen Kaffee.

Caroline serves a strong coffee.

Das ist unser schönes Haus.

This is our lovely house.

Leider haben wir keine neuen Gäste.

Unfortunately, we have no new guests.

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