Pronouns/Object Pronouns

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  1. Watch the video!
  2. Look at the object pronouns
    1. Which are different from the subject pronouns?
  3. Do the interactive exercises.

Personalpronomen als Ersatz für das Objekt

Auch für die Namen und Namenwörter, die im Objekt stehen, können wir Personalpronomen (persönliche Fürwörter) einsetzen.

Can you help me ?

Can   I   help you ?

Can you help Tina ? - Can you help her ?

Can you help Tom ? - Can you help him ?

singular (Einzahl) plural (Mehrzahl)
1st person I us
2nd person you you
3rd person he, she, it them

Interaktive Übungen


Put in the English personal pronouns.

Dad: "Becky, Please give me the book." - Dad asked me to give him the book.

Mum: "David, can Jenny help me with the German homework?" - "Yes, she can tell you the English meanings of the German words."

Tim: "Your bag is very nice." - "Yes, I've got it for my birthday!"

singular and plural

Put in the English personal pronouns (singular and plural).

Jenny has got many friends in Nottingham. She wants to have a big party with them .

"Look, here's an invitation card. Jenny invited us to her birthday party!"

"What can we give her?

The German "SIE" - she, her, you, they or them

Put in the English personal pronouns that translate German SIE.

a. Becky is very tidy. She (Sie) never throws anything away.

b. Our new English teacher, Mrs Brauer, is very nice. I like her (sie) very much.

c. The children have got twelve apples, and they (sie) are happy.

d. "I'm not interested in what girls say. I find them (sie) all boring.

e. "Where are you (Sie) going on holiday this year, Mr Scharwies?"

f. "I can't find my bag. It (Sie) isn't on the shelves."

g. "Here's a biscuit. It's for you (Sie)!"