GV Hawaii Adrift

Imagery and Language: Learning English; Adrift in Hawaii

Für den Mann & die Mädels

Posted by Josh on October 28, 2008

Two-Way Prepositions
Accusative / Dative
NOTE: The meaning of a two-way preposition may depend on whether it is in the accusative or dative.
an at, on, to
auf at, to, on, upon
hinter behind
in in, into
neben beside, near, next to
über about, above, across, over
unter under, among
vor in front of, before; ago (time)
zwischen between

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