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in ↔︎ im The word »im« is a contraction of the preposition »in« and the article »dem«. So, the difference between »in« and »im« is the presence of an article, and this is also the reason why »im« works only in dative case, only in singular, only for masculine and neuter nouns, and only if you talk about a certain thing ("definite" i.e. not about ...


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