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First, I strongly advise you not to equate "accusative" with "direct object" nor "dative" with "indirect object". These terms are not equivalent and mixing them up may lead you to some problems (note in the end). In your examples, "accusative" makes the location be the place where someone is and "dative" makes the location be the destination where someone ...



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