Personal Pronouns - Accusative

Here are the personal pronouns in the fourth case (accusative):

Form German Phonetic Script English Object Form
1. person singular mich [mɪç] me
2. person singular (familiar) dich [dɪç] you
3. person singular ihn [i:n] him
3. person singular sie [zi:] her
3. person singular es [ɛs] it
1. person plural uns [ʊns] us
2. person plural euch [ɔyç] you
3. person plural sie [zi:] them
polite form Sie [zi:] you (polite form)

Here is one example:

German Phonetic Script English
Sie liebt ihn. [zi: li:pt i:n] She loves him.

While "Sie" is the personal pronoun in the nominative case because it is is the acting part of the sentence (She loves), "ihn" is the pronoun in the accusative case. In German we say:

German Phonetic Script English
jemanden lieben ['je:mandən 'li:bən] to love someone

While you only have one object form in English, we use the accusative form in German. The respective question would be: Who does she love?