German Locational Adverbs — (Wo? Wohin? Woher?)

Happy second day of Christmas! During this time of year many like to go home to spend time with their family and friends. Where are you spending your Christmas. Where do you normally spend your Christmas? Sometimes when answering these questions we need to use adverbs of place. They are even good for asking for someone to pass you let’s say the gravy from “over there”.

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  1. […] the past two weeks we’ve been discussing adverbs. We’ve talked about adverbs of time and adverbs of place. Today we’re going to look at descriptive adverbs (adverbs of manner). Let’s recap again what […]

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