When viel/einige/all/beide/sämtilch/wenig is before a "singualr Nomen", how it changes? Does it change like "dieses" or strong change like an adjective?
As you know, the only difference between "dieses" and "strong change" is on the "Genitiv" of "Maskulin" and Neutrum":
- Genetiv Maskulin: -n(vielen+singualr Nomen);
- Genetiv Neutrum: -n(vielen+singualr Nomen).
Change like "dieses":
- Genetiv Maskulin: -s(vieles+singualr Nomen);
- Genetiv Neutrum: -s(vieles+singualr Nomen).
I am really confused on this. Some books tell me they change like "dieses". But on the website canoonet, I found they stong change like adjective. (Only "all" and "manch" can change both like "dieses" and adjective)