Declension - Accusative

Learn when you have to use the fourth of the four German cases. Nouns of all three genders will be declined accompanied by adjectives and defined and undefined articles in the singular and plural forms. An accusative object corresponds to the direct object of a sentence. This case is used after most of the German verbs and certain prepositions, also after verbs which are used with certain prepositions. The accusative can also stand in set expressions. The reflexive pronoun "sich" mostly stands in the accusative. Click the following links to repeat what you have learned:
Personal Pronouns