Ich bin wegen dir gekommen.

“Deinetwegen” NICHT “wegen dir”. Did a Swabian write this?

I think you should start to consider the possibility that Tatoeba (where all sentences are from) does in fact include impolite, casual speech as well as regionalisms. Which partly stems from the fact that some Germans are in fact impolite, casual and use regionalisms :slight_smile:

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I think you should consider the fact that people writing “wegen dir” risk losing marks in a formal exam.

If you’re studying for an exam Clozemaster might not be the right tool for you. Exams test very specific abilities in specific contexts, Clozemester seeks to improve general fluency as well as a natural use of the language. Language taught in school, university and courses is a completely different thing than language as used by its speakers.

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