durch, für, gegen, ohne, um
Thanks also to all who have previously shared! :-)
|an||(hands in front like they're on a wall)|
|auf||(palms of hands down)|
|hinter||(hands behind back)|
|in||(hands in pockets)|
|neben||(hands together to your left, then your right side on the second bit)|
|über||(hands above your head, fingertips together, arms making an o)|
|unter||(hands midthigh, fingertips together, arms making an o)|
|vor||(hands in front, fingertips together, arms making an o parallel to the ground)|
|zwischen||(move one hand to between the outer hand and the body)|
|dativ wo, wohin akkusativ! (clap clap clap)|
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Maybe some of you reading this are native English speakers like me who live in some German-speaking country. If you live in Germany, you might be interested in a web forum I participate in with a guide to all kinds of topics that Expats in Germany find fascinating -- like where to get British and American foods in Germany / Munich, what's fun to do if you don't speak German or where you don't have to speak German to enjoy it. Where to see English language movies or get English language books, that kind of thing. It's called Toytown Germany - Germany's English speaking crowd! If you're moving to Germany it's full of how to find an apartment and where are people meeting up. Many people in a foreign country get tired of having people practice their English on them -- at Toytown, it won't happen. All kinds of events and Stammtisches are listed here, classified ads for people moving to and from the country, jobs wanted and offered and indeed, how to get a job in Germany, where to get good Mexican food in your town or region, where to get a hot curry in Munich (Sitar!), etc. BTW, the site uses Invision Power Board and a wiki and then lots of special modifications programmed in PHP by Editor Bob..
Androv Medical is an online shop for medical lamps and all kinds of other things, including light therapy against winter depression (SAD), as well as treatments for psoriasis (Schuppenflechte). and just regular full-spectrum lamps and light bulbs.
Rechtsanwalt in München, Joachim Rumpf hat auch eine Site: http://joachimrumpf.de.