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Akkusative I have the option to face my accuser DIRECTLY --James T. Kirk
Question to keep in mind…what or who is being verbed? ?
All of the definite articles (THE) were hanging around one day…
There was masculine der
There was neutral das
And there was feminie die
There were all playing together… …for a while
Until they got tired and grumpy and started accusing each other of stupid things…
Der directly accused die of being too excited and always screaming things like EEEEE! Accuses
Der, who is subjecting die to this treatment, is the subject. Der, who is naming die annoying, is in the nominative case.
Accuses Die, who is being directly accused, is the direct object. Die, who being directly accused, is in the accusative case.
Accuses Die then accusses das of being mean and hissing all the time with a loud SSSSS
Accuses Die, who is subjecting das to this treatment, is the subject. Die, who is naming das annoying, is in the nominative case.
Accuses Das, who is being directly accused, is the direct object. Das, who being directly accused, is in the accusative case.
Accuses Das then accusses der of being violent and angry all the time with a growly RRRRRR
Accuses Das is correct though. Der is always screaming RRRRR. (but to cover it up while being accused, der bites his tongue and his RRRR changes to an NNNN.
Accuses Das, who is subjecting den to this treatment, is the subject. Das, who is naming den annoying, is in the nominative case.
Accuses Den, who is being directly accused, is the direct object. Den, who being directly accused, is in the accusative case.
From nomnative to accusative, only der changes… NomnativeAkkusativ derden das die die (pl)
And you can substitue many verbs in for accused... Who or what is being verbed?
And you can substitue many verbs in for accused... Who or what is being accused?
And you can substitue many verbs in for accused... Who or what is being seen?
And you can substitue many verbs in for accused... Who or what is being hit?
And you can substitue many verbs in for accused... Who or what is being smelled?
And you can substitue many verbs in for accused... Who or what is being fetched?
And you can substitue many verbs in for accused... Who or what is being played?
And you can substitue many verbs in for accused... Who or what is being bought?
And you can substitue many verbs in for accused... Who or what is being bought?
One last time… Who or what is being verbed?
…and not every sentence has a direct object… …and the verb to be sein never has a direct object.
Akkusative “I have the option to face my accuser DIRECTLY” --James T. Kirk.
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