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Nominativ oder akkusativ? Options
Ali
Posted: Monday, February 15, 2010 12:05:32 PM
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ich möchte wessen wenn ich nominativ oder akkusativ benutezen. gibt es ein regel? ich bin ein anfänger und Deutsch Grammatik gibt mir schon ein kopfschmerz.helfe bitte
Milad
Posted: Thursday, March 4, 2010 1:18:56 AM
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folgendes ist ein Zitat aus dem Link

Nominativ" is used as a subject in the sentence.

"Akkusativ" is usually equivalent to a direct object in English (barring some exceptions).

If you translate German verbs into English, it would be easier to find out if the verb needs an "Akkusativ" or not.

Almost all verbs which need a direct object in English need "Akkusativ" in German sentences
Ali
Posted: Tuesday, March 9, 2010 5:53:00 AM
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Thanks a lot for your answer. You really made it very clear for me.
from.russia
Posted: Sunday, March 21, 2010 8:27:59 AM
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hi, just to add, there are some German cases that require
Accusative only,

))

we can ride a stormy weather if we all get out and try (c).
ὁ Σκοτεινός
Posted: Wednesday, December 3, 2014 4:27:11 PM

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Aber gibt es Ausnahme dieser Regel (AKK = DO). Zum Beispiel: HELFEN. "Ich helfe DIR".
IMcRout
Posted: Wednesday, December 3, 2014 4:55:42 PM

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Hallo tokinho und willkommen bei den Foren.

Du hast Recht. Es gibt einige Verben, die ein Dativobjekt, sogar ein Genitivobjekt nach sich haben. ("Wir gedenken der Toten.")

Aber das hat Milad schon vor viereinhalb Jahren erwähnt (usually; some exceptions).
Deshalb bin ich überrascht, dass ein so alter thread wieder hervorgeholt wird.

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