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German Cases: Four Too Many!?

While grammatical case in modern English is largely lost, in German it is very much alive and kicking. Compared to some languages, for example Russian with six cases or Slovak with seven, four does not seem so bad. Coming from English however, tackling four cases can be quite overwhelming (at least in the beginning!). Speaking from experience, learning cases drives many learners very close to giving up, but those who power through gain a great deal of confidence! Simply put, grammatical case refers to the relationship of nouns and pronouns to other words in a sentence. Why is it important? Well, the most obvious reason is to enable distinction between subject and object - i.e. who’s doing so

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