Personal Pronouns German Exercises

german personal pronouns exercises

Hello dear student! Today, we will focus on German personal pronouns.

Pronouns are an essential part of speech and are used to replace nouns in sentences. They can help make our speech and writing less repetitive and more fluid. In German, personal pronouns change depending on the grammatical case they are in.

We’re going to practice putting sentences in the right order, translating sentences from English to German, and also building our vocabulary with a range of different pronouns.

We’ll wrap up the session with a little bit of writing practice where you can demonstrate what you’ve learned. So, let’s get started!


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1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – German Personal Pronouns


a) ich / bin / lehrer / ein

Ich bin ein lehrer.


b) ihr / nett / seid


c) du / bist / schön


d) ist / mein / freund / er


e) wir / freunde / sind


f) sie / ist / meine / schwester


g) es / mein / hund / ist


h) sind / sie / lehrer


i) einen / du / apfel / hast


j) katzen / mögen / nicht / sie


k) spielen / wir / tennis


l) ist / er / hier


m) seid / die / besten / ihr


n) sie / sind / da


o) ist / es / kalt


2) Translate these Sentences – German Personal Pronouns


a) I am a student.

Ich bin ein Student.


b) You are kind.


c) He is my brother.


d) We are friends.


e) She is my mother.


f) You (plural) are teachers.


g) They are students.


h) It is a dog.


i) I have a cat.


j) They are at home.


k) She likes the cake.


l) We are in school.


m) You (singular) are eating an apple.


n) He doesn’t like the rain.


o) You (plural) are playing football.


3) Practice your Vocabulary of German Personal Pronouns


a) I – You – He

Ich – Du – Er


b) She - It - We


c) You (nominative plural) - They


d) Me - You - Him


e) Her - It - Us


f) You (accusative plural) - Them (accusative)


4) Practice Your Writing by Translating this Small Text Taking the German Personal Pronouns into Consideration


I am at the park. You are with me. He is playing with the dogs. She is reading a book. We are having a good time. They are leaving the park.


I love my family. He is my brother, and she is my sister. You are my friend. We play together. They are with us.


Well done! You’ve just practiced using German personal pronouns in various contexts and I’m sure you’ve done a great job. Remember, practice makes perfect, so try to use these pronouns when you’re speaking or writing in German.

The more you use them, the more natural it will feel. As always, don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions or need further clarification on anything we covered today.

Keep up the good work and continue immersing yourself in the language and practicing as much as possible. Great job today and see you in our next activity!


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