"Including you, brother."
Translation:Einschließlich dir, Bruder.
When it was in the first person, it was "Einschliesslich mich." Does Einschliesslich take the accusative or the dative case?
Well, I looked up BEOLINGUS online dictionary and it says preposition + genitive. Their example 'einschließlich der Kosten '= including the expenses' ie inclusive of the costs. My hard copy Duden also says genitive. So ''einschließlich deiner/Ihrer, Bruder'??? (DL seems to have changed this from me >you 2013-12-23)
I'm confused about this too. It definitely was "Einschließlich mich" given as the correct answer
I'm confused too. IDL has just told me for another exercise: "ja, mich eingeschlossen" is correct. Now dative, accusative or genetive?