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Personal pronouns in Accusative case in German

In German, personal pronouns change in the accusative case to indicate the direct object of a sentence – the noun that is receiving the action of the verb. Here are the personal pronouns in the accusative case:

  1. Singular:
  • masculine: mich (me), dich (you), ihn (him)
  • feminine: mich (me), dich (you), sie (her)
  • neuter: mich (me), dich (you), es (it)
  1. Plural:
  • masculine and neuter: uns (us), euch (you), sie (them)
  • feminine: uns (us), euch (you), sie (them)


  • Ich sehe dich. (I see you.)
  • Er hat mich angerufen. (He called me.)
  • Sie hat ihn eingeladen. (She invited him.)
  • Das Buch interessiert mich. (The book interests me.)
  • Wir helfen euch. (We help you.)
  • Sie kennen uns nicht. (They don’t know us.)

Remember that the accusative case is used for the direct object of a sentence, while the nominative case is used for the subject of a sentence.

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