Topics (coming soon): wo-words and da-words
- before that
- (in a temporal sense and for verbs that take "von" as a preposition)
- in front of that
- "[ ... ] that"
- (For verbs that use "vor" as a preposition, like "Angst haben vor". No direct mapping to English prepositions.)
A fun look at the German da-words .... davon, damit, dabei and so on. We'll learn what they are, how they work, how to use them and why they're actually cool.
We'll learn how to properly arrange actions (clauses) in time using the German words for before, after and while. Also: difference between nachdem and danach and others
bevor, vorher, danach, nachdem, währendopen article
The da-compounds sure take a while to master. But it doesn't stop there. Because in spoken German, da-words often get split up. Today, we'll learn all about it.