Topics (coming soon): Must Haves
- in front of, forward
- (for locations. Two-Way preposition so for a destination it's Accusative and for a fixed location it is Dative)
- (ONLY as a preposition, so if it is followed up with a point in time. The other translations are "bevor" and "vorher" or "davor")
- (IMPORTANT: "vor" comes BEFORE the time, not after it. IT translates the message of "ago", but it's not the same, functionally speaking. )
A fun look at the difference between "hinter" and "hinten" and a broader look at some basic principles of talking about location in German.
We'll go over the important time prepositions in German (bis, seit, vor,...), see what they express and what common mistakes to avoid. With plenty of audio examples :)
vor, in, bis, seit, abopen article
We'll take a detailed look at the core meaning of "vor" and see if it helps us make sense of the prefix verbs and fixed combinations.
vorgehen, vorhaben, vormachen, Angst haben vor, warnen vor, vor Lachenopen article