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Nominativ und Akkusativ

|The woman sees the girl. |The woman is the subject and is nominative. |
| |the girl is the direct object and is accusative. |
|The girl sees the woman. |The girl is the subject and is nominative. |
| |the woman is the direct object and is accusative. |
|George W. Bush is the President. |George W. Bush is the subject and is nominative. |
| |the President is ALSO nominative because it follows “to be” (is). |
|Nominative |
| |Definite |Indefinite |
|Masc. |Der Tisch ist braun. |Das ist ein Tisch. |
|Fem. |Die Lampe ist neu. |Das ist eine Lampe. |
|Neut. |Das Fenster ist offen. |Das ist ein Fenster. |
|Plural |Die Bücher sind interessant. |Das sind keine Bücher. |

All of the nouns above are in the nominative case because they are the subjects of the sentences or because they follow the verb “sein.”

| |Accusative |
| |Definite |Indefinite |
|Masc. |Ich sehe den Tisch. |Ich habe einen Tisch. |
|Fem. |Ich sehe die Lampe. |Ich habe eine Lampe.…...

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