What is Akkusativ in German? Dear friends, in this article, we will explain the term Akkusativ for our friends who ask what Akkusativ means. In our previous lessons, we have seen the subject of Akkusativ in detail.
Akkusativ means the -i state of the name in the German language. As you know, the -i state of the noun, in other words, the state of designation is one of the states of the noun. To give examples in Turkish;
|LEAN HAL (NOMINATIV)||-I HALİ (AKKUSATIV)|
In the table above, examples of both simple and -i forms of some words are given.
The simple form of the name is called Nominativ in German.
The -i form of the name is called Akkusativ in German.
Now let's give examples of both the simple forms and the Akkusativ states of some German words:
|NOMINATIV (LEAN FORM)||AKKUSATIV (-İ HALİ)|
|der Mann||from Mann|
|der Ball||den Ball|
|der Sessel||der Sessel|
In the table above, some examples of German words are given in both the nominate form and the -i form (Akkusativ). We have prepared a very detailed and detailed lecture about Akkusativ in German, if you wish, you can continue with our lecture. Click for more information : German Akkusativ Subject Narration
German Akkusativ Subject Narration In our lesson entitled, how German words are transformed from Nominative to Akkusativ, and how which article changes, is given and supported with abundant examples.
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