What is a true plural

Declination and enhancement of true

The declination of the adjective Tru takes place via the comparison forms True, True, Most True. The endings for the increase in the comparative and superlative are er / sten. The adjective true can be used as an attribute in front of a noun with and without an article strong, weak and mixed, as well as predicative in connection with a verb. You can not only decline true here, but also all German adjectives

truetruehe at the truesten

Declination and comparison forms of true

Summary of all declination forms and forms of accentuation of the adjective or adjective true in all genera and cases

The true declension and increase online as declension and comparison tables with all strong, weak and mixed forms. These are clearly laid out as a table in the singular (singular) and plural (plural) and in all four cases nominative (also 1st case, who case), genitive (also 2nd case, Wes case, whose case), dative (also 3rd case, whom case) and accusative (also 4th case, whom case) are shown. Further information can be found under Wiktionary True and under True in the Duden.

Comparison and enhancement true

  • positive: true
  • comparative: truer
  • superlative: truest

Strong declination true

  • Masculine: truer, truer, truer, truer
  • Neutral: true, true, true, true
  • Feminine: true, true, true, true
  • Plural: true, true, true, true

Weak declension true

  • Masculine: the real, the real, the real, the real
  • Neutral: the real, the real, the real, the real
  • Feminine: the real, the real, the real, the real
  • Plural: the real, the real, the real, the real

Mixed declension true

  • Masculine: one true, one true, one true, one true
  • Neutral: a true, a true, a true, a true
  • Feminine: one true, one true, one true, one true
  • Plural: no true, no true, no true, no true


2018/05 Answers
Michael Flamm says: true cannot be increased in the sense of the word, since there is nothing more than a -true-. The truth cannot be qualitatively increased. M.Flame

Andreas von Netzverb says: Hello Mr. Flamm, in principle you are of course right. Something is either true or false; there is nothing more. Such so-called absolute adjectives often have a figurative meaning that can be enhanced in this context. In this case it would be conceivable to formulate the statement "it is my real pleasure" as "it is my greatest pleasure". Or you stick to the actual meaning. If the adjective cannot be increased, one could not make such a statement either: "It is not possible to be truer than true". ;-)