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Forum Rocket German German Grammar difference between Herr and Herrn in German

difference between Herr and Herrn in German

user381

user381

pls , what is the difference between Herr and Herrn in German ?
Byron-K21

Byron-K21

The difference is the case. Herr is used in the nominative case. Herrn in the dative and accusative.
Paul-Weber

Paul-Weber

That's correct thanks Byron. Examples: "Herr" for Akkusativ: 'Wen ladest du ein?' 'Ich lade den Herrn Meier ein.' "Herr" for Dativ. 'Wem kaufe ich Kaffee?' 'Dem Herrn Meier.' "Herr" for Nominativ. 'Wer trinkt gern Kaffee?' 'Herr Meier trinkt gern Kaffee.'

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