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Is it possible to have only one or two cases? Or would it be necessary to have them all?bandziol20 wrote:One problem I see with no cases in prepositional phrases is that some prepositions in Slavic languages can have different meanings depending on grammatical cases they impose to use.
For example if I write hypothetically : za kral what does it mean exactly ? does it mean :
a. behind the king (place or movement ?)
b. for / instead of the king
c. during the reign of the king ?