The third picture shows the relation of the three objects.
One person is giving/renting/selling the car to another
constructions could be
||The man is giving the
car to his son.
If we change the phrase and take the prepositions
away it looks like this:
The man is giving the car his son.
The second phrase is still understood, but it's not
perfect. The German system introduces the third declension
- the Dative - to express the relation to the third indirect
Again the German phrase does not use any preposition,
but it uses the third declension. Instead of die
Frau in basic form we have der
Let's have a look at the overview.