nach vs. nachdem vs. nachher — what’s the difference?

Anyone learning German should also find that both their logic and English are improving as well. The logic because German sentences are constructed more like mathematical equations and one’s English because you’ll become aware of the different uses of English words and possible substitutes. A brilliant example of this is the German words nach, nachdem, and nachher.

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  1. […] week we looked at the words nach, nachdem and nachher. We learned that these words, while they can be used to convey the same information, have different […]

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