personal pronouns: Don‘t worry, as don‘t get changed when used as a direct object. Meine Freundin liest ________________________(Zeitung, f)11. Gib mir ________________________(this, grün, Ball, m)2. euer großes Auto18. It’s very important to correctly distinguish between accusative and nominative cases. Online exercises to improve your German. diesen Schlüssel9. „Schneewittchen lusterte den schönen Apfel an, und als es sah, daß die Bäuerin davon aß, so konnte es nicht länger widerstehen, streckte die Hand hinaus und nahm die giftige Hälfte.“, “Snow White stared at the beautiful apple and when she saw that the farm girl ate of it, she could not take it any longer, stretching out her hand and taking the poisoned half.”. Wie findest du ________________________ (our, neu, Schrank, m)?7. Since you are already familiar with the plot, you can focus on training your brain to understand the German. forms by heart. And FluentU isn’t just for watching videos. unseren Tisch, 1. diesen Ball2. we have a sentence that talks about a direct object, or after certain dieses emotionale Lied10. Though the path grew treacherous and the grammar loomed mighty, none could topple the student’s determination. But:I am behind the curtain.Ich bin hinter dem Vorhang. Dig down into your memory and pull up a fairy tale. The subject (the one who is actively doing something) the verb (the action) and an object (the receiver, direct or indirect). When you are Before we can have a To make sure that you understand the correct answers, our answer keys offer simple explanations as well as handy tips and tricks. The good thing here is that most of the pronouns behave in the same way as the articles, so we already know how to use the accusative of most of them. Ich suche ________________________(rot, Auto, n)11. Akkusativ (Accusative) - Exercises. ein Spiel5. meinen Käse5. Challenge yourself to translate a few lines from an English story, keeping the articles and tenses in mind. den Stift19. Hast du ________________________(this, Lied, f) gehört?14. don‘t change at all. seine Haare17. Mein Vater wäscht ________________________(neu, Auto, n)4. which declension you should use after which pronoun or article. Sentences that would use the non attributive pronoun, will be always rephrased so that they use the genitive instead and the only chance to encounter them is in some very old books. Um – round, aroundI walk around the lake.Ich gehe um den See. Meine Frau wischt ________________________(Fenster, pl)16. dein großer Auftritt4. Ich habe ________________________ (my, dick, Jacke, f) vergessen16. This means you have mastered the accusative case thanks to all the exercises in this post! Ich esse ________________________(Käse, m)3. has to be used, when there is no article or pronoun in front of einen Ball18. them). ihren kleinen Erdbeerkuchen11. For the ending, as always, we will just have to change it to „en“. Ich mag ________________________(this, grün, Lampen, pl) am liebsten.17. the accusative is formed in the German language, we have to look at a Meine Mutter mäht ________________________(Rasen, m)7. Ich sehe ________________________(Mann, m)2. die Musik11. euren Rasen10. Most of the time, dative case, the genitive case and the accusative case. accusative in the exact same way. the accusative is used with a noun. For masculine words, you will have In – in, intoI go into the tunnel.Ich gehe in den Tunnel. Find a German-language story or any other text. You might say: “Ich sehe eine Frau. die Fenster16. weak declension for adjectives. I will add all of Mein Vater wäscht ________________________(Hemd, n)16. at some examples to understand this concept better: I have our key.Ich habe unseren Schlüssel. meinen neuen Anzug10. dein Essen12. I Max liebt________________________(Haus, n)6. Here is the original text, with the articles back in their rightful places: „Der Jäger zog dem Wolf den Pelz ab und ging damit heim, die Großmutter aß den Kuchen und trank den Wein, den Rotkäppchen mitgebracht hatte, und erholte sich wieder.“. Since I create a lot of study materials for her, I decided to share these resources and write about some of the experiences we make. No I‘ m Willst du ________________________(this, Tasche, f)7. meine selbstgemachte Torte12. Adjective endings follow nearly the same pattern as both definite and indefinite articles: Now that you have a basic idea of what the accusative tense is and how to spot it in context, it is time to practice! So „derjeninge“ will become „denjenigen“ and „derselbe“ will be „denselben“. 1. That being Mein Bruder macht ________________________(Hausaufgabe, f)19. Notice something missing in the excerpt above? (some houses, a few houses, a couple of houses, how many houses?, ….) When the accusative of these pronouns are: Remember, don‘t Kannst du mir bitte ________________________(this, klein, Baum, m) kaufen?6. dieses Blatt19. For an example of all four, just look at this sentence: “I give my grandmother my father’s cookie.”. This is a great way to hear the language actually being used by real native speakers. all of this by heart. den Freund14. Nein ich will ________________________(this, Mantel, m) nicht15.