These slides test your knowledge about which German prepositions go with the accusative or dative case. It is part of my Udemy course 'German grammar - the four cases' and it will help you learn all about the nominative, accusative, dative and genitive case.
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The German dual prepositions - your turn to practise
Your turn – an exercise
The following prepositions go with the accusative if they are
talking about movement, but they go with the dative if they are
talking about the position of something or someone.
Translate each sentence into German,
paying attention to whether you need the
accusative or the dative before moving to
the next slide with the answer.
The mouse is sitting
between the book
and the candle.
Die Maus sitzt
zwischen dem Buch
und der Kerze.
Position – dative (zwischen dem
Buch und der Kerze – between
the book and the candle)
I’m putting (ich
setze) the mouse
onto the table.
Ich setze die Maus
auf den Tisch.
Movement – accusative (auf den
Tisch – onto the table)
Das Schild hängt an
Position – dative (an der Wand –
on the wall)
an - onto, on
auf – onto, on
hinter - behind
in – into, in
neben – next to
über – over, above
unter - under
vor – in front of
zwischen - between
This is a sample lesson (minus the voice over ☺)
of my Udemy course:
“German grammar – the four cases”.
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