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Warum gibt es einen Unterschied im Wort "letzte"?

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marked as duplicate by Em1, Vogel612, Baz, chirlu, c.p. Jul 25 '13 at 16:02

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related:… – Takkat Jun 4 '13 at 15:58
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Die Frage, die Takkat verlinkt hat, erklärt, dass man ohne Präposition Akkusativ benutzt.

"In" ist eine Präposition, die entweder Akkusativ oder Dativ nimmt. In diesem Fall gibt es keine Bewegung, deshalb benutzt man den Dativ.

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