Accusative - Exercises

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Exercise

Type in the articles, adjectives, and nouns in the accusative.

  1. Ich trage (die schweren Taschen) .[I’ll carry the heavy bags.]|In the accusative, all forms (except the masculine) are the same as the nominative.
  2. Wir sehen uns (ein lustiger Film)  an.[We’re watching a funny film.]|masculine noun → we add en to the indefinite article and the basic form of the adjective
  3. Wir singen (ein schönes Lied) .[We’re singing a beautiful song.]|In the accusative, all forms (except the masculine) are the same as the nominative.
  4. Habt ihr (schöne Ferien)  gehabt?[Did you have a nice holiday?]|In the accusative, all forms (except the masculine) are the same as the nominative.
  5. Stellt das Geschirr bitte auf (der eckige Tisch) .[Please place the dishes on the square table.]|masculine noun → den, we add en to the basic form of the adjective

Type in the pronouns in the accusative.

  1. Kennst du (ich)  noch?[Do you remember me?]|personal pronoun
  2. Wir werden (ihr)  nie vergessen.[We shall never forget you.]|personal pronoun
  3. Willst du (du)  Geschenk nicht öffnen?[Don’t you want to open your gift?]|dependent possessive pronoun
  4. Ich habe (ich)  Teller nicht hierhin gestellt, aber du (du) .[I didn’t put my plate here, but you put yours here.]|possessive pronoun|1st space: dependent|2nd space: independent
  5. Habt ihr (er)  schon gefragt?[Have you asked him?]|personal pronoun
  6. Wir haben (wir)  Flug noch nicht gebucht. Habt ihr (ihr)  schon gebucht?[We haven’t booked our flight yet. Have you already booked yours?]|possessive pronoun|1st space: dependent|2nd space: independent

Type in the pronouns, articles, adjectives, and nouns in the accusative.

  1. Setz (du)  doch bitte auf (der gelbe Stuhl) .[Please be seated on the yellow chair.]|1st space: personal pronoun|2nd space: masculine noun → den, basic form of the adjective + n
  2. Zum Nikolaustag stellen die Kinder (sie)  geputzten Schuhe in (der Flur) .[On St. Nicholas’ Day, the children put their clean shoes in the hall.]|1st space: possessive pronoun|2nd space: masculine noun → den
  3. Am Abend setzten wir uns an (das Lagerfeuer)  und wärmten (wir)  Hände.[In the evening, we sat by the bonfire and warmed our hands.]|1st space: neuter noun → remains unchanged in the accusative|2nd space: possessive pronoun + plural noun → unsere
  4. Kannst du ihm helfen, (sein alter Computer)  bei Ebay zu verkaufen?[Can you help him sell his old computer on eBay?]|possessive pronoun, masculine noun → seinen, basic form of the adjective + en