Declension of German Adjectives

German is the national language of Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, spoken by 100 million native speakers in Central Europe.

German adjectives come before the noun, as in English, and are usually not capitalized. They are inflected when they come before a noun and take an ending that depends on the gender, case, and number of the noun phrase.

Decline German Adjectives

Fill in the adjective in its glossary look-up form.
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See also: Conjugate German verbs