Dative only Prepositions in German (3)
In the previous two posts you have learned about two-way prepositions and Accusative only prepositions. Now we are going to take a look at the most important Dative only prepositions in the language. As you will see, some of them, are tricky to use correctly.
Slightly less common are the below:
10 prepositions are, of course, difficult to remember. Listen to the following song a few times, and you should be fine ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bw1O_Z9Wo-8
One final note on "seit" in German. It's a tricky word as it can also be used as a subordinate clause conjunction.
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