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  • Rule Number 23: The Genitive with Verbs of Reminding

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    In contrast to verbs of remembering, verbs of reminding take both the accusative of who is being reminded, along with the genitive of what they are being reminded of. The translation into English flows rather naturally, and this rule shouldn't be too much of a burden (except for neuter pronouns, the one exception). Show less
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