German Accusative Pronouns

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

Ich lese ein gutes Buch. ('I'm reading a good book.')

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1.

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

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

2.

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

Vater holt Dieter und ich um 10 Uhr ab. ('Dad is picking up Dieter and I at 10:00.')

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The accusative case is one of four cases in the German language. This quiz/worksheet combo gives you the opportunity to construct German sentences with accusative pronouns.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz asks you to:

  • Replace a direct object with the correct accusative pronoun
  • Complete a sentence about shoe shopping using an accusative pronoun
  • Finish a German sentence about a ball

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you've learned about using accusative pronouns in sentences
  • Making connections - use your understanding of accusative pronouns to finish German sentences
  • Knowledge application - apply your knowledge to complete two German sentences that refer to people

Additional Learning

Find out more about this subject by reading the lesson named German Accusative Pronouns. This lesson discusses:

  • Examples of accusative pronouns in German
  • The nominative, dative and genitive cases in German
  • Examples of the nominative case in German sentences
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