German Relative Pronouns

⭐ A relative pronoun introduces a clause (mini-sentence within the sentence) that has information relating back to something/somebody already mentioned.
E.g. "M√ľnchen is the city that hosted the Olympic Games in 1972".

Explanations:

A slide-show explaining how to use German relative pronouns - #01, in the Nominative case

A slide-show explaining how to use German relative pronouns - #02, in the Accusative case

Jenny explains the German relative pronouns in the Nominative and Accusative cases

The German relative pronouns in a table
Case 👇 Masculine Feminine Neuter Plural
Nominative der die das die
Accusative den die das die
Dative dem der dem denen
Genitive
(possession)
dessen deren dessen deren

Interactive Exercises

Relative pronouns in the Nominative and Accusative cases: multiple-choice and gap-fill (D Nutting)

Relative pronouns in the Nominative and Accusative cases: word-order, sentence jumbled up (D Nutting)

Relative pronouns in the Nominative and Accusative cases - gap-fill in sentences (D Nutting)