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No matter how much we study grammar, it seems like there's always more to learn. Even native speakers have a hard time with grammar. Let's tackle things slowly. I'll break things down for you; just follow me as I go over the accusative and dative grammar cases in the German language.

Feb 1, 2016 12:00 AM
Comments · 11

Hi Sadek, thanks for your comment.

The difference you mentioned is indeed correct when it comes to the so-called "Wechselpräpositionen". Those are prepositions that can be followed by dative or accusative, depending on the context. 

February 3, 2016
Ein toller Überblick. Mir gefällt besonders, dass du auf Tabellen verzichtet hast. 
June 30, 2016
I really appreciate your job it's very helpful. Vielen Dank :D
February 12, 2016
Vielen Dank, aber...
The article is well explained but it needs more examples! I was told that the difference between both Akku & Dat is the the Akku uses moving actions (Ich gehe zur(zu der) kino) while the Dative uses non-moving actions(Ich bin im(in dem) kino). Which has facilitated the way of understanding both cases.
February 3, 2016
You're most welcome, I'm glad you like it! Viel Erfolg!
February 2, 2016
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