Genitive only prepositions in German (4)

Having discussed two-way, Accusative, and Dative only prepositions in my last three blog posts on prepositions in the German language, this fourth and final part looks at Genitive only prepositions. The good news is that their use is pretty straight forward. Here are some examples of the most common prepositions that the Genitive case:


Some final remarks on "statt" in German. First of all, it's the short form of "anstatt" but nowadays the two are used as synonyms. Second, both can also be used in subordinate clauses.



Learn about other grammar topics below:


https://www.olesentuition.co.uk/single-post/how-to-negate-in-german-on-nicht-and-kein-and-where-to-place-them-in-a-german-sentence


https://www.olesentuition.co.uk/single-post/linguee-dict-cc-dict-leo-or-collins-which-online-german-dictionary-should-i-use


https://www.olesentuition.co.uk/single-post/der-die-das-explaining-the-cases-in-german


https://www.olesentuition.co.uk/single-post/learn-the-perfekt-tense-in-german


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