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Prepositions so far… We have already learned that some prepositions take the accusative case (where der changes into den)
Prepositions so far… Others take the dative case (where der and das change to dem, die changes to der, and plural changes to den +n)
Prepositions so far… But now for something special… …anyone have a block?
Here is a block, it is masculine… ↑↑DER BLOCK↑↑
Now remember…Accusative is really And Dative is really slow, lazy and…
Now lets look at some other propositions… AN: on in a vertical fashion… In motion an den Block! (accusative)
Now lets look at some other propositions… AN: on in a vertical fashion… NOT in motion an dem Block! (Dative)
Now lets look at some other propositions… Auf: on in a horizontal fashion… on top of In motion auf den Block. (accusative)
Now lets look at some other propositions… Auf: on in a horizontal fashion… on top of NOT in motion auf dem Block. (dative)
Now lets look at some other propositions… Hinter: behind… In motion hinter den Block (accusative)
Hinter: behind… NOT in motion hinter dem Block (dative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Neben: next to… In motion neben den Block (accusative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Neben: next to… NOT in motion neben dem Block (dative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
IN: into… In motion in den Block (accusative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
IN: in… NOT in motion in dem Block (dative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Über: over… In motion über den Block (accusative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Über: over… NOT in motion über dem Block (dative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Unter: underneath… In motion unter den Block (accusative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Unter: underneath… NOT in motion unter dem Block (dative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Vor: in front of… (before) In motion vor den Block (accusative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Vor: in front of… (before) NOT in motion vor dem Block (dative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Zwischen: in between In motion zwischen den Block und den Block (accusative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
Zwischen: in between NOT in motion zwischen dem Block und dem Block (dative) Now lets look at some other propositions…
So here are the two way prepositions. An Auf Hinter Neben In Über Unter Vor Zwischen
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