German Personal Pronouns

In this lesson German personal pronouns We will examine the topic. German personal pronouns, which we know as I you you he and we you they, are words that are used appropriately instead of proper or generic nouns. Also known as German personal pronouns. Personal pronouns and personal pronouns are the same thing.

German personal pronouns, German personal pronouns

German personal pronouns and German personal pronouns are the same thing, friends, don't get confused. We wrote it that way in the title above to explain that both are the same expression. The German personal pronoun and the German personal pronoun are the same thing. So personal pronoun = means personal pronoun.

But do not confuse it with possessive pronouns, which are another type of pronoun. Possessive pronouns are different. Possessive pronouns are also known as possessive pronouns, and personal pronouns and possessive pronouns are different from each other. German personal pronouns are words like ben-you-o (ich-du-er), while German possessive pronouns are words like mine-your-her (mein-dein-sein).

If you want to learn about German possessive pronouns, we have left the link of the German possessive pronouns lesson below.

Recommendation subject: German possessive pronouns

German personal pronouns are usually the subject of a sentence, just like in Turkish. Because German personal pronouns You must learn thoroughly. Personal pronouns in Turkish are I, you, he, we, you, they. Since there is only one "she" pronoun in Turkish, whether the thing we are talking about is male, female or genderless, "it" is used for all three of them.o”We use the pronoun.

In Turkish, we also use the pronoun O for humans, we use the pronoun O for animals, and we use the pronoun O for inanimate beings or things. However, in German pronouns, the equivalent of the pronoun "o" is different for male, female and genderless nouns. For example; In Turkish, we can use the pronoun "o" for both male and female and inanimate entities.

For example, instead of the sentence "I see the book", we can say "I see it", we can say this in German, but in this sentence "UN”According to the sex of what we mean by pronoun er-si-es we need to use the appropriate pronoun. For male gender nouns in German personal pronouns er pronoun they pronoun for sexless nouns es pronoun.

When talking about individuals or special names er-si-es One of the pronouns is used. Pronouns are used for men and sie pronouns are used for women. For example, Muharram, Omar, Samet because they are male names in their place er pronoun. Zeynep, Melis, Mary because they are women's name in their place they pronoun. Pronouns are used for sexless beings. In other words; "er" is used instead of nouns with article, "sie" is used instead of nouns with article, "es" is used instead of nouns with article das. As can be seen, the use of German personal pronouns is slightly different from the use of Turkish personal pronouns.

German Personal Pronouns

First, let's give German personal pronouns and Turkish in a table. The following table includes the personal (personal) pronouns in German, and the necessary explanations are available under the table. Examine it carefully.

German personal pronouns and their meanings in Turkish
German Personal Pronouns
ich Ben
du Sen
er he (masculine)
they she (female)
es O (neutral)
we WE
her You
they Them
you You (kindly address)

In the table above, German personal pronouns and their Turkish equivalents are given, and as can be seen in the table, three pronouns sie must have caught your attention. Detailed information about these pronouns is available in the continuation of our lesson. German personal pronouns Please continue reading this lesson carefully.

Let us collectively illustrate the German Personal Pronouns:

German Personal Pronouns
German Personal Pronouns

Another issue that we should mention about German pronouns; as seen above they pronoun was written three times. First they pronoun third party What is that pronoun. Starting with the other lower case they ise plural in Turkish onlar is the equivalent of pronoun. Starting with the last capital letter you pronouns to people you can not say gracious to use.

For example, we address our teacher, our manager, our elders as you, not you. Used for this purpose you pronoun is always capitalized. German they We seem to hear you say nasıl how to distinguish them “because pronoun has more than one meaning. Let's answer it now.

In a sentence sie - Sie When you see the pronoun, we look at the conjugation of the verb to understand who-what it means. The conjugation of the verb; We understand whether the pronoun is used in the sense of “it,, whether it is used in the sense of“ them, or if it is used in the sense of “you”. Already used for the purpose of gentle “Sie an pronoun because the initials are always capitalized, if (although not at the beginning of the sentence) eğeryou" pronoun then we can easily understand that it is used for gentle appeal. As you examine the example sentences we will give you in a moment, you will understand the subject better.

In our previous lessons, we learned simple definition sentences in German such as “this is a book, this is a table” and how to form sentences. Now that we have learned personal pronouns, let's learn to make sentences like "I am a teacher, you are a student, he is a doctor" in the same style. In these sentences I you she The words are one person pronouns.

Let us give a visual example to German pronouns. The visual below will provide a better understanding of the subject.

German Personal Pronouns
German Personal Pronouns

Now let's learn to build sentences like “I am a teacher, you are a student, he is a doctor”. In these sentences I you she The words are one person pronouns. In the construction of such sentences, as in English (eg am-is-are), auxiliary verbs are used. Now let's see the auxiliary verbs used in German and their inflections according to personal pronouns.

It should be noted that the following table should be thoroughly memorized. See also the examples next to the table. In the example sentences, first person pronoun followed by auxiliary verb and then a name. The pattern of such sentences is like this. To the right of the table are examples of similar sentences in English. Observe the following table carefully.

German Pronouns

German Pronouns
German Pronouns

In its simplest form, the table above German personal pronouns Examples of sentences formed using You can make a wide variety of sentences by yourself to practice. The more you practice, the quicker and easier you will learn the subject of German personal pronouns.

Let us give you a table of German pronouns once, you can print this page if you wish.

German Personal Pronouns Pronouns and Turkish

German personal pronouns pronunciation and Turkish
German Personal (Personal) Pronouns
Almanca Turkish pronunciation
ich Ben ih
du Sen du
er he (masculine) tilt
they she (female) zi:
es O (neutral) es
we WE wiga
her You ignorance
they Them zi:
you You (kindly address) zi:

As a list:

German personal pronouns:

  • ich: me (H)
  • du: you (Di)
  • er: o masculine
  • sie: o (female)
  • es: o (es) (neutral breed)
  • wir: we (V)
  • ihr: you (IGR)
  • sie: they (Zu :)
  • Sie: you (zi :)

Dear friends German personal pronouns To summarize briefly, as seen above, the German pronoun sie has several different meanings. These meanings are derived from the course of the sentence or the verb conjugation, etc. possible to remove. The important thing right now is that you memorize and learn these words thoroughly.

In addition, you should not forget that among the pronouns given above, the pronoun Sie, which is used only in polite address, is written with a capital letter and the other one is written with a lower case letter. We usually use courteous addressing when addressing older people or people we don't know. We have given above German personal pronouns If you examine and learn the example sentences about the subject, you will not have a problem about this subject.

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Let's Test Ourselves : German personal pronouns

What are German personal pronouns?

German personal (personal) pronouns are as follows:
ich: me
du: you
er: o (masculine gender)
sie: o (female breed)
es: o (neutral breed)
wir: we
ihr: you
sie: they
Sie: you (used in polite address)

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10 Yorumlar
  1. UccanAt06 diyor

    Sie is so kind :DD

  2. Zeynep diyor

    Made a mistake, sie:they, ihr:you wrote it, but shouldn't it be the other way around?

  3. Gulselin Coruk diyor

    Sie means two things, right? How do we know which one means which?

    1. . diyor

      If you read, you will see the team of the article.

  4. . diyor

    I hope it will be proven as soon as possible, thanks in advance.

  5. supererogatory diyor

    If Sie starts with a Big S (You Courtesy – Formal)
    sie is a small s (she is Miss)
    ie they

    1. . diyor

      very good explanation of german personal pronouns

  6. Mustafa diyor

    Can you write a few german words

  7. Elif Özdilli diyor

    I don't understand anything at all

  8. righteous diyor

    I learned German personal pronouns

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