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grammatikalischer Fall – Questions relating to the grammatical cases (nominative, accusative, dative, and genitive)

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"es" is the subject (nominative), "dir" is the dative case (to you). So with "wie geht es dir?" you're essentially asking how [is it going|does it go] to you? (of course this is terrible, but i …
answered Feb 26 '15 by persson
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It would be nice if everything were regular and we had "meiner" and "meines", "deiner", "deines" etc. in the nominative (as happens with determinate articles and other so-called "D-articles"). That's …
answered Feb 10 '14 by persson
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Think of that as if the following steps were applied: 1 - ein Lehrer von deinen Lehrern Written like that it's a bit ambiguous, but bear with me. Read it as "one of your teachers", the more logi …
answered Feb 11 '14 by persson
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Because "der Besuch" is the subject, which "hat Spaß gemacht", to "den Kindern", hence the dative case. Perhaps it's clearer if you rewrite it like this: Der Besuch im Planetarium hat den Kindern …
answered Oct 24 '13 by persson
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Because it's a dative (...to make it possible to the students...)
answered Jan 4 '15 by persson
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Your definitions look correct to me (though to be fussy I'd say "it renders a longer text into a short one"). The verb is indeed "wiedergeben", and the object is "den Inhalt eines längeren Textes" (w …
answered Mar 1 '14 by persson