What is Temporal Prepositions?
- Temporal Prepositions are those related to Time.
- Questions = Wann? Wie lange?
- The Preposition determines which case to use.
- Depending on the situation, we have to use different Temporal Prepositions.
Temporal Prepositions with Accusative
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Temporal Prepositions with Dative
Temporal Prepositions with Genitive
Always make sure that the Prepositions are Temporal Prepositions and not, for example, Local Prepositions. The Prepositions „an“ and „in“ force you to use the Dative as a Temporal Preposition, but as a Local Preposition you have to use them with the Dative OR the Accusative. For more on this, see: Alternative Prepositions.
Here you will find an overview of all Topics related to German Prepositions:
- What is Prepositions?
- Local Prepositions
- Alternative Prepositions (Wechselpräpositionen)
- Prepositions with Articles
- Two-Case Prepositions
- Questions with Prepositions
- Prepositions with Accusative
- Prepositions with Dative
- Prepositions with Genitive
- Verbs with Prepositions
The Prepositions always determine the Case. Therefore, you must be familiar with the German cases:
- Nominative - Declension & Usage
- Accusative - Declension & Usage
- Dative - Declension & Usage
- Genitive - Declension & Usage
You can find an overview of all topics under German Grammar.