3 fixed hypercorrection (input has no plural)
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I cannot put my finger on why one of the following examples sounds right while the other sounds wrong:

a) Der neue Reifen bietet Sicherheit vor Aquaplaning.

b) Ein Deich bietet Sicherheit vor dem Hochwasser.

Sadly, after thinking about this for 15 Minutes and writing the question down, now both sound kind of correct - still, I'm not sure if I can trust myself here, so inputsinput would be much appreciated.

Am I just not used to this structure?

I cannot put my finger on why one of the following examples sounds right while the other sounds wrong:

a) Der neue Reifen bietet Sicherheit vor Aquaplaning.

b) Ein Deich bietet Sicherheit vor dem Hochwasser.

Sadly, after thinking about this for 15 Minutes and writing the question down, now both sound kind of correct - still, I'm not sure if I can trust myself here, so inputs would be much appreciated.

Am I just not used to this structure?

I cannot put my finger on why one of the following examples sounds right while the other sounds wrong:

a) Der neue Reifen bietet Sicherheit vor Aquaplaning.

b) Ein Deich bietet Sicherheit vor dem Hochwasser.

Sadly, after thinking about this for 15 Minutes and writing the question down, now both sound kind of correct - still, I'm not sure if I can trust myself here, so input would be much appreciated.

Am I just not used to this structure?

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2 fixed grammar and formatting, edited tag
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I cannot put my finger on why one of the following two examples one sounds right, while the other sounds wrong:

a) Der neue Reifen bietet Sicherheit vor Aquaplaning.

b) Ein Deich bietet Sicherheit vor dem Hochwasser.

Sadly, after thinking about this for 15 Minutes and writing the question down, both now both sound kind of rightcorrect - still, I'm not sure if I can trust myself here, so inputinputs would be much appreciated...

Am I just not used to this structure?

I cannot put my finger on why of the following two examples one sounds right, while the other sounds wrong:

a) Der neue Reifen bietet Sicherheit vor Aquaplaning.

b) Ein Deich bietet Sicherheit vor dem Hochwasser.

Sadly, after thinking about this for 15 Minutes and writing the question down, both now sound kind of right - still, I'm not sure I trust myself here, so input would be much appreciated...

Am I just not used to this structure?

I cannot put my finger on why one of the following examples sounds right while the other sounds wrong:

a) Der neue Reifen bietet Sicherheit vor Aquaplaning.

b) Ein Deich bietet Sicherheit vor dem Hochwasser.

Sadly, after thinking about this for 15 Minutes and writing the question down, now both sound kind of correct - still, I'm not sure if I can trust myself here, so inputs would be much appreciated.

Am I just not used to this structure?

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What is/are the correct preposition/s to use with "Sicherheit"?

I cannot put my finger on why of the following two examples one sounds right, while the other sounds wrong:

a) Der neue Reifen bietet Sicherheit vor Aquaplaning.

b) Ein Deich bietet Sicherheit vor dem Hochwasser.

Sadly, after thinking about this for 15 Minutes and writing the question down, both now sound kind of right - still, I'm not sure I trust myself here, so input would be much appreciated...

Am I just not used to this structure?