[German] Meaning of "grad".

Charlotte powerfrau99 at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 29 16:03:51 PST 2010


A current table could begin with prepositions or prefixes that begin with a vowel:

an
auf
aus
außer
ein
in
ueber
unter

all da- and wo-compounds is a good place to also start.
daran, woran, darauf, worauf...u.s.w.

Some separable prefixes head in the direction...


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--- On Mon, 11/29/10, Seth David Schoen <schoen at loyalty.org> wrote:

> From: Seth David Schoen <schoen at loyalty.org>
> Subject: Re: [German] Meaning of "grad".
> To: "Teach or learn the German language" <german at lists.noisebridge.net>
> Date: Monday, November 29, 2010, 5:22 PM
> Christoph Maier writes:
> 
> > Presently, I would agree.
> 
> I wonder if there's a good table of common German
> contractions and
> abbreviations.  There's "raus" < heraus, and I
> remember rüber
> (< herüber) from "Komm rüber!"
> 
> https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Conrad_Schumann
> 
> I've also heard "dran" is from "daran".
> 
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