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Let's start with your last question. I guess the easy solution would be just using dative, but I wish to know how a native speaker would write/speak. A native speaker would use dative, at least most of the time. It depends a little on the preposition. E.g you might read sometimes (even more seldomly hear) dank seiner, but even here the more frequently ...


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Short answer: It sounds strange and you should usually avoid it. However, that does not mean that all of these constructions are wrong. For example, Duden lists as synonyms for meinetwegen: (umgangssprachlich) wegen mir; (landschaftlich, sonst veraltet) wegen meiner You see that it would be wrong to call “wegen meiner” ungrammatical. If you enjoy ...


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But with other prepositions accepting Genitive I cannot judge, because I've never heard nor read anstelle meiner or seiner halber which is what one would theoretically become by using the construction Preposition inducing genitive + personal pronoun in genitive in the right order. I as a native speaker would not say seiner halber, ...



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