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Nice thinking!
(Usually used if someone kind of anticipates a need or move without you having to tell them. So they're also thinking about the matter. )
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German Prepositions Explained - "mit"

A fun ride along the prefix verbs with "mit-" in German. Definitely a bunch of verbs to bring with you to a conversation :). Mit lots of audio examples.

Vocab:

mitnehmen, mitkommen, mitbringen, mitmachen, mitgehen, mithaben


Word Family

Root: *tong-

The core idea of this root was:

thinking, feeling

So basically, it was about what is going on inside you.
It’s the origin of to think and to thank, which originally probably meant something like “thinking of someone with gratitude”.

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