German Pronouns
I you (inf.) he it she we you (inf.) you (formal) they who? what?
Nominative ich du er es sie wir ihr Sie sie wer was
Accusative mich dich ihn es sie uns euch Sie sie wen was
Genitive* meiner deiner seiner ihrer unser euer Ihrer ihrer wessen
Dative mir dir ihm ihr uns euch Ihnen ihnen wem

*Genitive pronouns are rarely used in contemporary German.

Reflexive Pronouns

I you (inf.) he/she/it we you (inf.) you (formal)/they
Accusative mich dich sich uns euch sich
Dative mir dir sich uns euch sich

Relative Pronouns

The main relative pronoun in German is (der, die, das) declined below. It corresponds to English (who, which, that). The genitive forms correspond to English (whose, of which).

Masculine Feminine Neuter Plural
Nominative der die das die
Accusative den die das die
Genitive dessen deren/derer* dessen deren/derer*
Dative dem der dem denen

*Traditionally deren is the correct form here. However, in actual practice derer is more common especially in the genitive plural. However, if followed directly by a noun then deren is preferred.

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