What are some sentence examples with Guru

All cases in singular and plural for the word guru can be found here:

The declination of guru in the singular

Nominative singularthe guru
Genitive singularof the guru
Dative singularthe guru
Accusative singularthe guru

The declination of Gurus in plural

Nominative pluralthe gurus
Genitive pluralthe gurus
Dative pluralthe gurus
Accusative pluralthe gurus

Which case do I actually need?

All forms of guru do you already know, but do you also know which case to use in a certain sentence? Here you will find a small and hopefully helpful summary of the four German cases:

The guru, the gurus: When do you use the nominative?

The nominative singular is not a problem for most people. Actually, you don't have to decline anything here: it is simply the basic form. The nominative plural (here: the gurus) is often a bit more difficult for German learners. Because some plural forms are used in German z. B. with ü, Ä or ö formed and some nouns have no plural or a special form. You have to learn that.
The nominative is used guru or Gurusif that word is the subject of the sentence is. The appropriate question words are who or What. The subject is usually right at the beginning, but it can also be in another place in the sentence:

Example 1 (subject at the beginning of a sentence): The guru is often ...
Example 2 (question): What's the name of "The guru"? (Answer): "The Guru" called ...
Example 3 (subject in the middle of the sentence): For the guru has become Mr Müller interested for a long time.

Of the guru, the gurus: This is how you use the genitive.

German learners often find the genitive not very easy. The good news: Neither are German native speakers. You often make mistakes in this case. Fortunately, the genitive is rarely used in spoken German. Because often you can just as well from the guru instead of of the guru say. That also means: something belongs to the guru.
The function of the genitive is to show what a thing belongs to or who the owner is. The question word is whose. Here is an example:

Whose is that?
This is ... of the guru

In German there are a few prepositions after which one guru always used in the genitive. For example: in the face of the guru, instead of the guru or because of the guru. These prepositions are more likely to be read in texts. They are rare in everyday language.
Verbs with genitive such as B. help yourself (= use), ... need (= need), take hold of (= get into one's possession) can be found especially in written texts and only rarely in spoken German.

To the guru, the gurus: Explanations on the dative

The dative - thus: the guru - gives information about who the recipient or addressee of something is or what the goal of an action is. After this case you ask with the words whom or What. The dative is used, for example, with these verbs: bring, lend, offer, explain, recommend, give, write, wish, show, send, give ...
The dative is also used in connection with certain prepositions in German, for example: from the guru, with the gurus, with the guru.

The guru, the gurus: Explanations on the accusative

The accusative - the guru - is the form for the direct object, i.e. the object of doing. One asks for objects in the accusative with the question words whom or What.

Who or what am I ignoring?
I ignore the guru.

You also use the accusative with different prepositions:

I'm interested in the guru.
I think about the guru to.

Other prepositions with an accusative are: through, against, without.
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