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HandoutAkkPronoun - Handout: Accusative Pronouns You have...

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Handout: Accusative Pronouns You have already learned the accusative case with definite and indefinite articles (den, einen) . You have also learned personal pronouns in the nominative case (ich, du, er, etc). Now it’s time to learn the same pronouns in the accusative case. They are: NOM AKK ENG NOM AKK ENG ich mich me wir uns us du dich you ihr euch you all er ihn him sie sie them sie sie her Sie Sie You (formal) es es it Learning aid: the pronouns for ‘me’ (mich) and ‘us’ (uns) are very much like English, so they shouldn’t be a problem. The pronouns for ‘him’, ‘her’, ‘it’ and ‘them’ follow the same pattern as the articles: der (er ) becomes den (ihn ) ; die (sie ) stays die (sie ) , and das (es ) stays das (es ) . That leaves the plural you form (ihr - euch) , which you’ll just need to memorize! When to use the accusative case, as a reminder: direct objects in a sentence must be in the accusative case. Siehst du den
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2010 for the course GERMAN 1 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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