In what situation would "I am learning all cases" be used? I'm not sure what is meant by it.
It could refer to grammatical cases.
Or maybe a law student preparing for his exam.
I'd write that as "I'm learning all the cases."
Agree. "I am learning all cases" sounds really odd to me.
Well, it's pretty much what we all have been doing here over the last few lessons :).
Or it could refer to "case studies," the specific cases in which a theory or principle is examined.
In the Anglo-Saxon law system the so-called precedent law has an important role. Juristen müssen zahlreiche Einzelfälle memorisieren.
Well im definitely trying to learn all cases!
I'm learning every case. Nominative, genitive, dative and accusative.
Ich lerne alle Fehler.
I am learning any case. Warum falsch?
"Alle" means "all," so this sentence means "I am learning all cases" or perhaps "every case." "Learning any case" doesn't really even make sense.