German Accusative Verbs


German Accusative Verbs

Except dative verbs and genitive verbs, all the other verbs are accusative. This means that majority of the verbs take accusative case. The only exception to this rule is the verb sein. It always requires nominative case.

Also, you learned in the previous section of this lesson that when there are 2 objects in a sentence, one is dative and the other is accusative. However, there are a few exceptions. Some verbs like fragenkosten and lehren can take two accusative objects.

This was all about the accusative verbs and dative verbs in German. It is best to simply learn the dative verbs first, because majority of the remaining German verbs are always accusative.


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