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Types of German Pronouns Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which German pronoun would you use if you are talking to a store clerk?

Question 2 2. Which German pronoun would you use to address a group of young students?

Question 3 3. Which German pronoun would you use to address your work colleagues?

Question 4 4. How does the relative pronoun have to match the subject from the first sentence in German?

Question 5 5.

Complete the sentence with the correct relative pronoun:

Das ist die Lehrerin, _____ ich mag. (This is the teacher that I like.)

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Question 6 6.

How would you translate this into German:

'This is the woman the hat belongs to.'

Question 7 7. Euch is the reflexive pronoun for which of the following subject pronouns?

Question 8 8. Which of the following is the correct reflexive accusative pronoun for ich (I) and meaning 'myself'?

Question 9 9. Which of the following reflexive sentences is structured correctly? The sentence reads She dresses herself

Question 10 10.

Fill in the blank with the correct dative pronoun:

Herr Blocher, ich danke _____. (Mr. Blocher, I thank you.)

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Question 11 11.

Fill in the blank with the correct dative pronoun:

Er gibt der Frau ein Glas Wasser. Er gibt _____ ein Glas Wasser. (He gives the woman a glass of water. He gives her a glass of water.)

Hint: Frau is feminine

Question 12 12.

Fill in the blank with the correct dative pronoun:

Sie hilft der Katze. Sie hilft _____ . (She is helping the cat. She is helping it.)

Hint: Katze is feminine.

Question 13 13.

Replace the subject (in bold) with the proper German nominative pronoun:


Das Auto ist weiß.

The car is white.

Question 14 14.

Replace the subject (in bold) with the proper German nominative pronoun:


Die Frau trägt eine Sonnenbrille.

The woman is wearing sunglasses.

Question 15 15.

Replace the subject (in bold) with the proper German nominative pronoun:


Die Kinder essen Äpfel.

The children are eating apples.

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Question 16 16.

Replace the direct object (in bold) with the appropriate accusative pronoun:

Die Kinder wollen den Ball. ('The kids want the ball.')

Question 17 17.

Replace the direct object (in bold) with the correct accusative pronoun:

Frau Berger kauft neue Schuhe. ('Mrs. Berger is buying new shoes.')

Question 18 18.

Replace the direct object (in bold) with the appropriate accusative pronoun:

Ich habe meinen Mathelehrer sehr gern. ('I really like my math teacher.')

Question 19 19. What three pronouns are used for you in German?

Question 20 20.

What pronoun would you use to replace den Hund (the dog) in the following sentence?

Wir stricheln den Hund. We are petting the dog.

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Question 21 21.

Which pronoun would you use in the following sentence?

Ich liebe _____ . (I love you, familiar singular.)

Question 22 22. Which is NOT a German demonstrative pronoun?

Question 23 23. How do you decline derjenige and derselbe?

Question 24 24.

Finish the sentence with the correct demonstrative pronoun:

Das ist _____ Frau die früher angerufen hat. ('This is the same woman that called before.')

Question 25 25. You best friend is going to the prom with your brother (der Bruder). You want to know why she's going with your brother and not another friend's. She asks Warum gehst du mit _____? ('Why are you going with mine?).

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Question 26 26. Someone is asking who der Koffer (the suitcase) belongs to. Which of the following correctly says that is mine?

Question 27 27.

There's a couple sitting outside a cafe with their dog (der Hund) you and your friend are trying to guess whether it belongs to the man or the woman. You say it's hers, but your friend says it's his, Das is _____ (It's his)

Fill in the blank for 'his' when referring to der Hund.

Question 28 28. Which German pronoun would you use to address a group of people at a conference?

Question 29 29. Which is NOT a German relative pronoun?

Question 30 30. Select the correct reflexive pronoun for wir meaning 'ourselves'

Types of German Pronouns Chapter Exam Instructions

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