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Another grammar video - this time, we're taking on declensions, another thing that you don't really encounter in English. As I said in the video, I tried to keep this rather general and didn't get into the individual cases too deeply, also there's still the declining of adjectives, but that's for after we've taken a look at adjectives in general. Also, I feel like this is still a bit confusing and I definitely will come back to this topic in the future, especially to the individual cases Nominativ, Genitiv, Dativ and Akkusativ.

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