German Case Practice 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 1.0 • 1 Rating
    • Free



German Case Practice is a super-focused learning app. Practice German case declension in all four cases with silly, random sentences about people, animals, food and objects. The sentences are truly random so you'll almost never, if ever, see the same sentence twice, but you will learn that adjectives following der/die/das in the singular nominative always end in 'e' or that dative neuter plural nouns always end in 'n.' Soon you'll be a master, using the correct article (or no article) without even thinking about declension tables.
The app gives immediate feedback about what you got wrong or if you got everything right. It provides general tips to help you while your skills are still shaky, and a breakdown of what you are likely to miss, so you can focus on real mastery of this important grammar skill.

What’s New

Version 1.5.2

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Now with better explanations about how to decline each time. Each time you check your result the hints tab will have show specific information about the noun, and the article or the adjective (or both) if applicable.

Ratings and Reviews

1.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Jonniespeed ,


I tried the app, and even though I didn’t know any of the fill in the blank parts (these were unnecessarily quirky words, that are not taught on the A1-B1 level ) I was able to look them up using a German translator and then add the correct inflection myself and then answer, however if you’re going to penalize me for simply not capitalizing a word and phrase that I got otherwise correct this is not the way I’m going to learn. ESPECIALLY if there is zero explanation on what I did wrong, and an explanation on how to do it right
The goal of a cases program should be to help me recognize, differentiate and choose the correct inflection according to its corresponding case wether it’s the direct or indirect object. This does none of those things. I like the idea of this app. Please fix the above issues and I will change my review.

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