Declension of Nominalised Adjectives - free exercise

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Exercise

The words in brackets are nominalised adjectives (substantivierte Adjektive), basically adjectives acting as nouns. Complete the sentences with the correct declension.

  1. Legen Sie dem (Verletzter)  einen Verband an![Put a bandage on the injured person.]dative masculine introduced by the definite article → add en
  2. Hast du etwas (Süßes)  für mich?[Do you have anything sweet for me?]|accusative neuter without an article → add es
  3. Heute treffe ich mich mit einer (Verwandte) .[Today I’m meeting a relative.]|dative feminine introduced by the indefinite article → add en
  4. Die (Reiche)  sollten mit den (Arme)  teilen.[The rich should share with the poor.]|1. nominative plural introduced by the definite article → add en|2. dative plural introduced by the definite article → add en
  5. In einem Hauptsatz steht in der Regel (Bekanntes)  vor (Neues) .[In a main clause previously mentioned information usually comes before new information.]|1. nominative neuter without an article → add es|2. dative neuter without an article → add em
  6. Der (Fleißiger)  wird am Ende belohnt.[The diligent person will be rewarded in the end.]|nominative masculine introduced by the definite article → add e
  7. Hast du nichts (Besseres)  zu tun?[Don’t you have anything better to do?]|accusative neutral without an article → add es
  8. Eine Gruppe (Deutsche, Genitiv)  macht eine Busreise nach Italien.[A group of Germans are travelling around Italy by coach.]|genitive plural without an article → add er

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