Deutsch 3 Weekly Packet 15

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1: Weekly Packet 15 Deutsch 3 Fällig am Freitag der 2. Dezember Montag der 18. Oktober Freitag, der 2. Dezember Two-Way Prepositions Dative/Accusative NOTE: The meaning of a two-way preposition also depends on whether it is in the accusative or dative. See below for the grammar rules. Deutsch Englisch an at, on, to auf at, to, on, upon hinter behind in in, into neben beside, near, next to über about, above, across, over unter under, among vor in front of, before; ago (time) zwischen between The basic rule for determining whether a two-way preposition should have an object in the accusative or dative case is motion ( wohin? , where to?) versus location ( wo? , where?, at rest). If there is motion towards something or a specific location, then usually that is accusative. If there is no motion at all or random motion going nowhere in particular, then that is usually dative. Remember, this applies only to the two-way prepositions! Here are two sets of examples: Wir gehen ins Kino. ( in das, accus. ) We're going to the movies/cinema. (motion towards)
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course GER 301 taught by Professor Chandler during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State.

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