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  • December 7, 2022
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The German language has a few rules that are different from the English language. One such rule is the use of prepositions. 

The German language does not have prepositions like “in” and “on.” Instead, it has a set of words that are used in place of these prepositions. 

The word preposition is formed from the Latin preposition and means “preposition”. In German grammar, this word denotes a class of words that come before other elements in the course of the sentence. 


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Prepositions are often combined with an article. The preposition then comes before the article. One speaks of a “prepositional group”. The difference between preposition and conjunction is that the conjunction serves to bind between clauses or subordinate clauses while the preposition merely binds between clauses within the clause. 

Präpositionen are prepositions in German. They are used to link nouns to other words in a sentence. 


The German language has a number of prepositions, which are used to indicate the spatial or temporal relationship between two objects. 

This article will provide an overview of the most common prepositions in German and some examples of their use. 



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The preposition in the German language is used to express the relationship between a noun and another word. 

We use prepositions in order to express the following relationships: 







Nominativ, Akkusativ und Dativ 

Der Hund beisst den Mann. The dog bites the man. 

Den Mann beisst der Hund. The man bites the dog. Falsch 

Nominativ – shows the subject in the sentence. 

Who is doing the Action? 

Akkusativ -shows the object in the sentence. 

Direct Objekt Dativ – shows the object in the sentence. Indirect Objekt. 


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Der Lehrer gibt den Studenten einen Stundenplan. 

Der Lehrer – Subjekt (Nominativ) geben -Dativ verb den Studenten – Indirect Objekt – Person Objekt – Dativ einen Stundenplan – Direkt Objekt – Thing object – Akkusativ

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