All three accusative prepositions für, gegen, and um can mean "for" in certain situations. Can anybody give examples when to use which of the three?
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There is no rule when to use which one, especially in case of
In my feel for language I tend to think
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I can’t think of any example where you’d translate “for” with “um”, but to give first examples:
I will add further explanations later.
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