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Letters

 
When letters are used as nouns they are neuter and invariable. Example = letter a, A:

 
Singular
Plural
Article Letter Article Letter
Nominative das a
A
die a
A
Akkusative das a
A
die a
A
Dative dem a
A
den a
A
Genitive des a
A
der a
A

All letters

Features:

In colloquial speech, the forms of the singular genitive and the plural can take the ending s, like the nouns of the inflection class s/s. However, the ending s is not used with the letters s and x, and it is usually not written.



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