"nach" can mean "to" and "after". Today, we'll explore the common core of this, and explore the various uses of "nach", both alone and as a prefix.
nach, nachmachen, nachlaufen, nachlassen, nachgehen, nach
In this article, we'll talk about the quirks of using "lassen" in past tense and we'll explore its prefix versions - with a special focus on "verlassen".
lassen, überlassen, ablassen, einlassen, erlassen, verlassen,