I always have trouble to decide what preposition I should use. Is "aus" here the proper word or do I have to use another preposition?
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Saying "Aus der Fähre fahren" isn't quite common in german (but still valid). You would normally say "Von der Fähre fahren".
The difference is
which is quite more common.
implies a closed structure. If it's a rather big ferry you're leaving - like the one below - your fine with it.
More general in use is
Can be used even for the big one above. But you would not use
Apart from generic prepositions, there are three special ones here:
The case without preposition might sound odd due to the similarity of