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Is there a good way to remember accusative prepositions?

Yes! A great way to remember a long list of words is through acronyms. 

Accusative prepositions can be remembered by the acronym 'FUDGEBOW':

Für (for)

Um (around/for/at(time))

Durch (through)

Gegen (against)

Entlang (along)

Bis (until)

Ohne (without)

Wider (against)

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