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Accusative

 

Nouns (Substantiv, Nomen) can be in different cases (Kasus). The accusative describes the relation between people and things (also see: direct object). The accusative is also followed by certain prepositions.

 

Accusative:

Table of the definite article: the

 

 

male

female

neutral

plural

Nominative

der

die

das

die

Accusative

den

die

das

die

Dative

dem

der

dem

den ...n

Genitive

des ...s

der

des ...s

der

Table of the indefinite article: a, an

 

 

male

female

neutral

plural

Nominative

ein

eine

ein

-

Accusative

einen

eine

ein

-

Dative

einem

einer

einem

- ...n

Genitive

eines ...s

einer

eines ...s

-

Usage:


Most verbs need an accusative as a complement:

Example:

German

Die Frau (Nominativ) sieht den Mann (Akkusativ).

English

The woman (subject: nominative in German sentences) sees the man (direct object: accusative object in German sentences)

 

 

 

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