DAS vs. DAS vs. DASS | Super Easy German (154)


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DAS vs. DAS vs. DASS | Super Easy German (154)



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Host of this episode: Carina Schmid (http://www.carisafari.de)
Camera: Janusz Hamerski
Edit: Janusz Hamerski / Carina Schmid
Translation: Ben Eve

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  1. Kann ich über die zweite Beispiel fragen?

    "Ich glaube nicht dass das das…"

    Weil ich die erste zwei "dass/das" kenne und verstehe – aber der Dritte, kann ich nicht. Ist es ein grammatische Partikel? Was macht es der Dritte?

  2. Hallo Easy German! Ich bin ein Fan von Ihnen. Obwohl ich jetzt nach Deutschland wieder gehen will, kann ich nicht! Eines Tages wollen wir uns in Deutschland treffen.:)

  3. Ich glaube, dass viele deutsche die beiden Varianten auch verwechseln, weil sie sich einen dummen Merksatz genau falsch herum gemerkt haben… Der Merksatz: "wenn man "dieses", "jenes", oder "welches" einsetzen kann…"
    Richtig ist: ".. dann schreibt man 'das'"

  4. Cari

    In English, the use of the pronoun " that " is often frowned upon, indeed, such as in journalism, even outlawed. The reason for this is it can become over-used and sounds repetitious in writing style. So, " the phone Janusz bought last week " is considered a better style of writing because the pronoun " that " is considered irrelevant or redundant.

    Can this omission of the pronoun " that / das " also be correctly applied in Deutsch, or is it required to be included ?

    In other words, is " Das Handy Janusz letzte . . . . " acceptable or not ?

    Kind regards from Australia

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