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Let's take a look at these two sentences: "I like him" (Ich mag ihn), and "I help him" (Ich helfe ihm). In English, we use "him" in both sentences, whereas in German we need to use the Akkusative after the verb "to like" (mögen) and the Dative after the verb "to help" (helfen), which is why we have to differentiate between "ihn" and "ihm". But more on this in following chapter!
Grammar is not our main focus, yet grammar knowledge is like a toolbox, where each grammar rule is a new tool that can help you solve a problem.
Within each chapter there is also a vocabulary unit on a specific topic, such as "Food & Drinks" here. The first vocabulary set consists only of important words, followed by a set of useful phrases.
Use the exercises to apply and practice both the grammar and the new words from this chapter.
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