Scott Hughey wrote:Should I memorize the cases of prepositions as a beginner or is it enough to tell from context?
Example, can I determine if δια means through or because of based on the sentence without memorizing through is the genitive use and because of is the accusative?
Jonathan Robie wrote:I would recommend that you learn the cases of prepositions - not so much via rote memorization, but by grasping the meaning of the case and the sense of the preposition when used with that case.
Scott Hughey wrote:Looks like I'll be learning the cases.
Scott Hughey wrote:Very helpful everyone. Looks like I'll be learning the cases.
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