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Do you know your German prepositions?

Most German prepositions are always followed by the same case, but two-way prepositions are prepositions that can take either the accusative or dative case... Think about: where to?" (wohin?) or "what about?" (worüber?) ➡️ the accusative case. When answering the question "where" (wo?) ➡️ the dative case. Accusative prepositions typically refer to an action or movement to another place, and the dative prepositions refer to something that is not changing location. Questions? www.germanmind.ie

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