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Ihr (Pronomen im Nominativ und Dativ)

jason☺

jason☺

Hello, I'm having trouble with the search engine at the top of the Rocket Languages system. It doesn't seem to find ihr in lesson 1.6, so thank you for the forum here and the link: http://members.rocketlanguages.com/your-community/german-vocab/ihr-ache/ http://members.rocketlanguages.com/lessons/57 I am working on lesson 5.7 and I was having trouble with the ihr and du form during the Know It exercise: http://members.rocketlanguages.com/lessons/75 The problem is that there are three forms: du gibst you give (casual) Sie geben you give (polite) ihr gebt you give (casual) Would it be possible to add a more detailed description to the ihr format throughout the lessons to make the Know It exercises possible to complete accurately and with confidence? For example: ihr gebt you give (casual plural) How does everybody else do those lessons? Do they ignore that they get the answer right 50% of the time or do they say both forms and do both conjugations each time? Also, I know that ihr can also mean her in the dative case. Doesn't anybody have a comprehensive view of the grammar with links to the proper lessons here at Rocket German? Thanks, Jason
Byron-K21

Byron-K21

Hi Jason,

I just pretty much guess at which form and if everything else is correct I give myself an Easy.  However, the phrases are from the lesson so you are expected, I suppose, to use the form that was in the lesson but then again, one doesn 't want to memorize the lessons.

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