German Grammar: Akkusativ-Pronomen: Teil II
Accusative pronoun: Part II

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German Grammar: Akkusativ-Pronomen: Teil II
Accusative pronoun: Part II

What we have learned already:
  • the nominative, accusative, and dative case
  • cases in German change articles and pronouns, we call this declension
  • verbs or prepositions can condition the case we need
  • understanding what a subject and object is can be very helpful
  • singular personal pronouns in accusative:
ichmich
dudich
erihn
siesie
eses
What is missing?
More cases?!
Haha, no. The plural pronouns in the accusative!
wiruns
ihreuch
Sie (formal)Sie
sie (plural)sie
Are they used the same way as the singular pronouns?
They are! Here are some examples in context:
Kommt uns besuchen!
Come visit us!
Ich habe euch schon lange nicht mehr gesehen.
I haven't seen you (plural) for so long.
Da sind unsere Freunde. Siehst du sie?
There are our friends. Do you see them?