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Richtig und falsch ist sowieso immer so eine Sache. Und gerade in einer solchen Auseinandersetzung kommt es stark auf die Region an, in der du dich gerade befindest. Wenn man mal davon ausgeht, dass die Verhaltensweisen in der Wahl zwischen deinetwegen und wegen dir auf meinetwegen und wegen mir ├╝bertragbar sind, dann gibt der Atlas zur deutschen ...


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You need to distinguish between two sets of rules. 1) Which case do I use if my noun is connected via preposition 2) Which case do I use if my noun is NOT connected via preposition Both sets of rules have zero to do with one another. In fact, trying to find connection may lead to confusion. The noun in question is "History (of Germany)" and as you said ...


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In German preposition are non-local (what the position of the particles in the sentence concerns), that is, they are quite often also linked to a verb, and you learn instead of the pair (Preposition, Case [i.e. nominative, genitive, dative or accusative]) the triple (Verb, Preposition, Case) Example. In your example ├╝ber goes with accusative. ...


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I don't think that there is any song or poem to remember the case endings. However, I cannot be sure since to prove the absence of something is often much harder than to prove its existence. ;-) In the end the only mnemonic aid is a table similar to the one that E.V. posted in her/his answer. But: It isn't as hard as it looks at first glance. There are ...


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This is the way I did it. I used this summery and with time I practised, practised and practised. Making mistaked all the time and being corrected. I have no "easier" way to suggest



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