|13.2 Preposition require different declensions|
If you have thought that here again we'll meet the declension, so you were right. Different prepositions require different declensions.
|Have a look at these phrases:|
are speaking about
Sie sprechen über mich.
do it because
Er macht es wegen mir.
The English version has both times me. The German sentences use mich (Accusative = direct object) and mir (Dative = indirect object).
mich = about
wegen mir = because of me
Some of the prepositions always require the Dative.
Some of the prepositions always require the Accusative .
And some always require the Genitive.
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