German Verbs With Akkusativ Case

One of the most confused topic that German leaners struggle to use in practical life is concept of cases especially when to use Akkusativ case in German. In this post, I have made a list of Verb that take Dative Case always along with some exercises at the end.

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Akkusativ Case in German Explain

Like any other language, German language also has its own system of cases in Grammer. There are four types of cases in German that we use at different language level. Types of German Cases are: Nominative case, Akkusativ Case, Dative Case & Genitiv Case.

While learning sentence formation in German, when we use only subject and verb, it is known as Nominative Case. When a sentence is formed using Subject, Verb & object then it is called Akkusative Case. Herre object is direct object, which means action of subject will have an impact on object. Here direct object can mainly be a name, noun, pronouns (Personal Pronoun & Possessive Pronoun).

For Example:

Ich lese ein Buch. Buch-Akkusative Object (I read a book)

Ich liebe dich. Dich- Akkusative: Personal pronoun (I love you)

Ich habe deinen Laptop. deinen Laptop: Possessive Prounoun akkusative case (I have your laptop)

German Verb That Always Take Akkusative Case List- Verben mit akkusativ

German Verb That Always Take Akkusative Case List

DeutschEnglisch Hindi
essento eatखाने के लिए
anrufento callफ़ोन करना
habento have(पास )होना
es gibtthere isवहाँ है
sehento seeदेखना
suchento searchखोजना
liebento loveप्यार करना
hörento hearसुनना
lesento readपढ़ना
trinkento drinkपीना
kennento knowजानना
planento planप्लान (करना)
nennento name/ calledकहलाना (नाम से)
vergessento forgetभूल जाना
genießento enjoyमजे करना
fotografierento take photosफोटो लेना
heiratento marryशादी करना
lassento letहोने देना
mögento likeपसंद
öffnento openखुला
schließento closeबंद
besuchento visitमिलने जाना
benutzento useइस्तेमाल करना
beneidento envyईर्ष्या करना
erhaltento receiveप्राप्त करना
tragento wearपहनना
übersetzento translateअनुवाद करना
vorbereitento prepareतैयारी करना
unterbrechento interruptरुकावट डालना

Also Read: List of Verben Mit Dativ Case (These verbs always take dative case)

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