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  • 11 months later...

Nein, es ist richtig so wie ich es im ersten post geschrieben habe: "Eine Katze ist schwarz (ohne e) und die andere ist schwarzweiss".


Da ich Deutsch nie gelernt habe kenne ich die Regeln nicht, ich weiss einfach wie man es sagt. Du hättest recht falls Du sagen würdest "Eine schwarze (mit e) Katze"...

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Exceptionally I write in english then: You are right it is "die Katze" and since it is feminin you would translate "a black cat" as "eine schwarze Katze". But "one cat is black" is translated as "eine Katze ist schwarz"...

I never learned german grammar (it is one of my mother-tongues, but I went to school in the italian part of Switzerland) I just know it by ear...It probably has to do with what part of sentence the adjective black is (like object, dativ etc...)

Sorry for not being able to explain why

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Alles klar! Das tut mir leid, für Sie müssend shreiben Englisch! Ich möchte Deutches wie Sie sprechen. Its not easy, but I keep practicing, so I hope you don't mind my posts, even if they are nonesense!


Vielen Dank! Bis späte!



und das tut mir leid für Übernehmen deises Pfostens!

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