Really need tables for possessives and negatives

We really need instructions and tables for the possessives and negatives sections.

I've got the idea that Dein/Deine/Eure and so forth connect to Ein/Eine/Einen, same with Kein/Keine/Keinen; but the possessives particularly are a sort of guess-and-test exercise. I haven't taken the time to write it all down.

I also haven't seen a table for Das/Die/Den/etc. and how that translates to Ein/Eine/Einen, so we have things like "the cheese" versus "not a cheese" and have to reason from Das to Ein to Kein, or is it Keinen?

Tables give a spatial sense; I don't remember how it looks, but I get a sensation of relative position indicating where in the table a thing is and thus which it should be.

5/18/2017, 11:12:36 PM

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This website is very good:

Lots of tables, grammar explained and examples. Hope you enjoy!

5/19/2017, 12:32:33 AM
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