Der Mann

Some articles on der, der mann:

German Sentence Structure - Subordinate Clauses - Relative Clauses
... from and largely identical to the definite pronoun (der/die/das), or the interrogative pronoun (welchem/welcher/welches), the remaining words are put after it ... Der Mann, der/welcher seiner Frau den Hund schenkt (nominative subject)("The man who gives his wife the dog") Der Hund, den/welchen der Mann seiner Frau schenkt (accusative object) ("The dog which the man ... Der Mann, dessen Auto auf der Stra├če parkt ("The man whose car is parked on the street") Die Person, deren Auto ich kaufe ("The person whose car I am buying") Das Auto, dessen Fahrer ich ...

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