German Verbs with Accusative and Dative Case


Verbs with Accusative and Dative Case

There are many German verbs that require accusative case (direct object) as well as dative case (indirect object). Whenever there are two objects in a sentence, the person is always dative and the thing is always accusative.

An important point to remember is that the dative object precedes the accusative object. Only when the accusative object is a pronoun, it is placed before the dative object.

beantwortento answer / reply to
beweisento prove
borgento borrow
bringento bring
empfehlento recommend
erzählento tell / narrate
gebento give
leihento lend
liefernto deliver
mitteilento inform
reichento pass / hand
sagento say / tell
schenkento gift
schicken / sendento send
schreibento write
verschweigento keep secret / withhold
versprechento promise
wegnehmento take away
zeigento show
  • Kannst du mir etwas Geld leihen? (Can you lend me some money?)
  • Sie erzählen uns die Geschichte des Films. (They are telling us the story of the movie.)
  • Dieses Buch ist wunderbar. Ich schenke es meinem Vater. (This book is wonderful. I am gifting it to my father.)

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