If you have thought that here again we'll meet the declination,
so you were right. Different prepositions require different
The English version has both times me. The German sentences
use mich (Accusative = direct object) and mir (Dative
= indirect object).
Some of the prepositions always require the Dative.
And then there are some very nasty ones that may require
the Dative or the Accusative depending on the verb and the
context you want to describe. Let's start with some of the most important
prepositions and their use on the following pages.
Some of the prepositions always require the Accusative .
And some always require the Genitive.