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Learning German you are being taught that there are 4 German cases for nouns, the Nominative, the Genitive, Dative and Accusative. The German Genitive is one of them. But, do we Germans really speak the German Genitive in conversational German? You might be surprised…
German prepositions and German cases can be tricky sometimes, and my 6 year old son is evidence of that. We were riding in the car recently and suddenly he asked me: Mommy, why do we say “in der Fahrspur “and then “in die Fahrspur”?