German gender #2 - the plurals of German nouns

Duration 37 m 4 s


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German gender #2 - the plurals of German nouns

About this Course


  Learn how to make sense of the endings jungle of German plural nouns in the German language (Course updated April 2024)

Are you a German learner and struggling to work out what ending a German noun needs in the plural?

Do you remember if  cakes in German is Kuchen, Küchen or Kuchens? 

Are you struggling to work out if flowers are Blumen or Blümen?

And what about the car? What is the plural of das Auto or der Wagen?

Is this really annoying you?

Then this course is going to help you by showing you which nouns take an 'n' or 'en', which take an 'e' or an umlaut and a 'e' or which take an 'er' or an umlaut and an 'er'. You will also learn which nouns don't change, just add an umlaut or need an 's'.

At the end of the course you will have a better understanding of German plural nouns, which will make life a lot easier when you communicate in German.

How is this course different from other courses?

Most German courses or textbooks cover many topics, but not always in great detail. Normally, there is a tutor to explain more. That can be a problem for those who are teaching themselves as they might not have anybody to explain further.

My courses are in depth, easy to understand and come with a workbook (to print out or fill in online) with space for your own notes and exercises, a quiz at the end, a German learner's community and monthly live sessions, where we can learn together and help each other.

Save almost £7 when you buy this plurals course as a bundle with the gender course.

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Course content

videoPlurals promoFree
videoIntroduction & information about this course2 mFree
videoNEW! German Learners' Community Start
videoAbout the quiz & certificate Start
videoA little info about Angelika Start
videoThe workbook Start
videoUseful dictionaries Start
videoThose little extra letters and how to write them Start
videoIntroduction and comparison of German and English plurals3 m 15 sFree
videoIntroduction - the PDF Start
videoDon't believe me that English plurals are difficult? Read this! Start
video+ n, +en, +nen2 m 44 s Start
video+n, +en, +nen - the PDF Start
video+ e and umlaut +e3 m 25 sFree
video+e and umlaut +e - the PDF Start
video+er and umlaut +er2 m 42 s Start
video+er and umlaut +er - the PDF Start
video+ umlaut2 m 14 s Start
video+ umlaut - the PDF Start
videoNo change3 m 28 sFree
videoNo change - the PDF Start
videoPhew!7 s Start
video+s2 m 4 s Start
video+s - the PDF Start
videoSome exceptions5 m 50 s Start
videoSome exceptions - the PDF Start
videoThe plural of male and female groups6 m 3 s Start
videoThe plural of male and female groups - the PDF Start
videoThe plural of mixed groups - an update Start
videoBreak time?5 s Start
videoNouns which are singular in German but plural in English3 m 7 s Start
videoNouns which are singular in German but plural in English - the PDF Start
videoRevision Start
videoAnswer sheet Start
videoUsing Pinterest for further practice & ideas Start
videoWhat next? Start
videoFind me on social media Start
videoInterested in becoming an affiliate? Start

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Angelika Davey

Angelika Davey

Course Instructor

German tutor, author and online course creator