GCSE German

Nominative Case

Let's recap! The nominative case is the subject of the sentence. i.e. the person/thing carrying out the action (verb).


Here are some more examples:
Der Mann ist sehr freundlich. (The man is very friendly)
Die Schule beginnt um 8 Uhr. (School begins at 8 o'clock)

Ask yourself: Who or what is this sentence about?
Whoever/Whatever is in the nominative case.

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