I thought the Dativ (Indirect Object) always preceded the Akkusativ (Direct Object) in German?
Ah, that makes sense! Is it just links like that that aren't clickable in the app or can you not click on any posted links at all?
And thanks for the lingot! :)
I'm replying to your previous comment again, because there's no reply option on your last comment (maximum thread depth, I suppose).
I might be wrong, but it seems to me that, in the Android app, the only clickable links are URLs (which are converted into links with the URL as the link text). If the visible text of the link isn't the URL, they aren't clickable, which is slightly annoying, because if you can't see the URL, you can't even type it in.
I'm not really knocking the Android app; it's good to be able to do exercises wherever I am. It does have some minor limitations, though.
We say it where I come from (London), it's a bit old fashioned but the dative form of you in English is... you.
I also put 'I will send it you' marked incorrect. Native English speaker and for me it's common to hear 'I'll send it you' - guess it's a lazy way of leaving off 'in the post' or similar...