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Many verbs can have other additions in addition to the subject. Some need such additions to make a meaningful sentence. These additions are called objects. This can be living beings, objects or facts.

In German, many verbs require an object in the accusative. If the accusative object has an article, it has one of the following forms:

masculineden/aen
femininethe one
neutralto be there
Pluralthe/-

 

The accusative object answers the question "Who?" Or "What?" (whom for people and What for objects).

Some verbs that require an accusative object are: eat, drink, take, look,know, do, love, call, visit, inspect, ...

 

Grammatical terms in German:

the object: The object describes a living being, an object or a fact that is the goal of an action or an event. The object is also called sentence completion. It's mostly a noun or a pronoun.

A noun can have different functions in a sentence. For example, it can be a subject or an object. Depending on the function of the noun, its form can change. The best way to recognize a change, however, is the shape of the article. In German one distinguishes four different forms or categories, which one also does cases or case is called.

One of these cases is the accusative.

the accusative: Most objects are in the accusative. The articles have the following forms: the / an, the / an, the / an, the / -.