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    Emilie PoyetE

    There are lots of regional differences indeed. I'm not an expert, so I'd love confirmation on this, but from what I've read, it is especially different in Bavaria and Austria, and also in South western regions...

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    J

    in means both inside something or toward something, if you say in die kneipe it means "to the bar", if it's in der kneipe it means "in the bar", if you choose in die kneipe then it should be followed by for example gehen cause it's a motion. (er ist in die kneipe gegangen). remember ist here is for the past tense and not exaclty a to be verb to describe an is situation if that makes sense. I know this is one of the most difficult things in the language especially, I am level 3 and still mix things up sometimes. if someone is better than me at this feel free to correct me too I also need a lot of help for my German learning! Good luck!

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