Hallo liebe Leute, after this video you will finally... and hopefully... understand when to use "mich" and when "dir" when using German reflexive verbs. There are not too many situations when you have to use the dative reflexive pronoun (mir, dir), so in most cases the reflexive pronoun will be accusative (mich, dich).
At the end in the 2nd bonus tip I talked about reflexive verbs with prepositions. I am probably not clear enough about what I wanted to say, but its just about the reflexive pronoun, not about the preposition the verb comes with. So for example: sich bedanken bei (+ Dativ) Ich bedanke MICH bei MEINEM Onkel. so the object after the preposition is always in dative case because of the preposition "bei". But what I want to tell you in my bonus tip is, that the reflexive pronoun stand in AKKUSATIV. Hope this is clear now. 😉