German Direct or Indirect Pronouns With Easy Games

Do the German direct or indirect pronouns give you a little headache from time to time? Do you automatically know when to use use the dative or accusative form?

It not, you're not alone. But there's a way to tackle the dative and accusative forms step by step. Here you can start with the dative pronouns.

The "dative" forms, also known as "indirect objects" are nouns or pronouns that tell you for whom or to whom an action is done.
For example:
You gave my number to him!?
Oh no, you gave her my book?
She showed me her apartment.

In English, the indirect object (dative) and the direct object (accusative) pronouns are the same: me, you, him, her, us, them
However, German has different forms for the direct and the indirect pronoun. The two exceptions are "uns" (us / to us) and "euch" (you-all / to you-all).

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