In the last few posts, I have been discussing prepositions grouped according by case: dative, accusative, either, and genitive.
This post shall focus on German temporal prepositions. That is, prepositions … Read more
We have talked about accusative prepositions, dative prepositions, and even two-way prepositions.
Are there genitive prepositions?
Yes, there are also prepositions that take the genitive.
However, like the genitive case … Read more
die Kohäsion (pl. -en) – cohesion
Last week, we talked about coupling, which describes the relationship between different classes.
Cohesion, in contrast, focuses on a single class or … Read more
die Kopplung (pl. -en) – coupling
Coupling describes the relationship between two (or more) classes or modules in a system.
Classes that have low coupling (or loose coupling, … Read more