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Wer ? Wen ? Wem ? Wessen ?. Wer ? Wen ? Wem ? Wessen ?. Who?. Nominative. Wer ist da ? Who is there?. Whom?. Accusative. Wen siehst du? Whom do you see?. To Whom?. D ative. Wem hast du das gegeben . To whom did you give that to?. Whose?. Genitive.

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Wer wen wem wessen

Wer? Wen? Wem? Wessen?

Wer?

Wen?

Wem?

Wessen?

Who?

Nominative

Weristda? Who is there?

Whom?

Accusative

Wensiehst du? Whom do you see?

To Whom?

Dative

Wemhast du das gegeben. To whom did you give that to?

Whose?

Genitive

WessenBleistiftist das? Whose pencil is that?


Wer wen wem wessen

Ein Tipp

If your having trouble, try restating questions as statements and inserting the correct pronoun. This may help you determine the case of a noun and therefore whether to use wer, wen, wem or wessen.

WeristdeinVater?

Wensiehst du?

Wem hast du das Geld gegeben?

EristmeinVater.

Nominative

Eris the subject of the sentence = Nominative

Dusiehstihn.

Ihnis the direct object = Accusative

Accusative

Du hast ihm das Geld gegeben.

Dative

Ihmis the indirect object = Dative


Wer wen wem wessen

Wer?

Wer hat meinBuchgenommen?

Werwirdnach Bremen fahren?

Weristdein Freund?

Wer hat das gesagt?

In each of these examples you will notice that wer is acting as the subject of the sentence.

Who has taken my book?

Who will drive to Bremen?

Who is your friend?

Who has said that?


Wer wen wem wessen

Wen?

Wenwirst du besuchen?

Wenkannst du sehen?

Wenliebst du?

Wenmagst du?

In each of these examples you will notice that wenis acting as the direct object of the sentence.

Whom will you visit?

Whom can you see?

Whom do you love?

Whom do you like?


Wer wen wem wessen

Wem?

Wem hast du deinBuchgegeben?

Wemgehört das?

Wem hast du geholfen?

Wemwirst du deineEintrittskartegeben?

To whom have you given your book?

gehören & helfen are dative verbs. This is why they use Wem in these situations.

To whom does that belong?

Whom have you helped?

To whom will you give your ticket?


Wer wen wem wessen

Wessen?

WessenBuch hast du?

Wessen Auto ist das?

WessenKlasse hast du?

WessenKuliist das?

Whose book do you have?

Whose car is that?

Whose class do you have?

Whose pen is that?


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