The (slightly) easier way to learn German adjective endings
I recently came across this blog > http://germangrinds.com/2011/06/14/the-slightly-easier-way-to-learn-german-adjective-endings/, which has a helpful system to remember the various German adjective endings. I thought I'd post it in here for those who are struggling to learn them.
I only wish I had found that blog years ago!
I found an app on for the iPad (possibly other devices) which gives an excellent guide to all German grammar. It is called GGG or German Grammar Guide from the University of Minnesota. It has a very good explanation and also some useful looking tables for the more experienced.
I used this same method when I first started speaking German. It takes a long time to recall correct adjective endings, especially when you're just speaking without thinking to much, so just sticking in an "e" or "en" really helps with the flow of your speech. And with time the you'll eventually learn to use the correct endings. Good post, I'd recommend this method to any beginner practicing their speaking.
I've just clicked the link now and it's working fine. Other people have had no problems with the link either. When I originally posted the link, which was over 15 hours ago, the post was down voted within two minutes. I've had a couple of "trolls" posting abuse on my profile lately, it was probably them who down voted it. Other duolingo users have experienced the same problems with "trolls" down voting posts as well as posting abusive messages on their profiles recently. I just block and ignore them. :)
Here's a different method, that (I think) is even simpler, and I found very useful: http://www.nthuleen.com/teach/grammar/adjektivendungenexpl.html