Ch 12: Types of German Pronouns

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This chapter helps students review the concepts in a German pronouns unit of a standard German language course. The types of German pronouns covered include:

  •  Personal
  • Possessive
  • Reflexive
  • Dative
  • Relative
  • Demonstrative
  • Nominative
  • Accusative
  • Formal
  • Informal

9 Lessons in Chapter 12: Types of German Pronouns
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German Personal Pronouns

1. German Personal Pronouns

In this lesson we will learn all about personal pronouns: what they are, how they are used, and all of personal pronouns used in the four cases in German.

German Possessive Pronouns

2. German Possessive Pronouns

Ever bicker with siblings, cousins or the kids next door? When they played with your toy did you argue and say it was 'yours' by saying 'hey, that's mine'? To do this you all have to use possessive pronouns. Learn more about these in this lesson.

German Reflexive Pronouns

3. German Reflexive Pronouns

When we talk about brushing teeth or washing faces we don't want there to be any confusion over whose teeth we are brushing or whose face we are washing. In German this is made clear by using reflexive pronouns.

German Dative Pronouns

4. German Dative Pronouns

In this lesson we will learn about the pronouns that are used with the dative case as the indirect object, object of dative prepositions, and object of dative verbs.

German Relative Pronouns

5. German Relative Pronouns

In this lesson, we'll take a look at the German relative pronouns, which introduce and mark a relative clause. We will learn more about when and how to use them.

German Demonstrative Pronouns

6. German Demonstrative Pronouns

In this lesson, we are going to talk about the German demonstrative pronouns. We will mention some of the most used German demonstrative pronouns, when to use them and how to decline them correctly.

German Nominative Pronouns

7. German Nominative Pronouns

In this lesson, we will learn about the nominative case in German, which represents the subject of the sentence, and the pronouns that go with this case.

German Accusative Pronouns

8. German Accusative Pronouns

In this lesson, we will learn about the accusative case, which indicates the direct object in the sentence. We'll also explore personal pronouns in the accusative form. At the end of the lesson, test your knowledge with a short quiz.

German Formal & Informal Pronouns

9. German Formal & Informal Pronouns

In this lesson we will learn the three forms of you in German: the singular familiar form, the plural familiar form, and the formal form that can be used to indicate singular or plural pronouns.

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