Vor oder bevor

Vor oder Bevor: Difference and Similarity

The temporal conjunction and preposition both mean “before” in English. As “before”, vor forms a kind of “unfinished subordinate clause”

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Brauchen müssen difference


When two verbs have a similar meaning and seem complicated to tell apart, the most important thing to do is

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AUFGRUND, INFOLGE, ANLÄSSLICH oder WEGEN: Similarities and Differences

These genitive causal (kausal) prepositions are so important in German language. Even though they are all synonymous in meaning to

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The German Particles: Categories and usage

Wait a minute! 3Just in case you are wondering if this is about matter (atomic particles), no! It’s not. Particles

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The German Conjunction “Dass” and its multiple functions

Little wonder how a bit complicated a conjunction can be? This is the case of the German dass. This is

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PARTIZIP II: How the past participle is formed and used in German

The Partizip II is a type of German Partizipien known as the past participle form of a verb in English.

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