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(#12) German Prepositions - Nach

Following on from my series on modal particles (on hiatus for 2 more weeks), I’ll now be doing a series on the most common German prepositions.

What is a preposition?

It’s a word, usually preceding (postposition = following), a noun that shows a relation between that noun and another element in that sentence. E.g. The cat is on the chair, I drove by the church, I danced with him.

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Preposition: Nach

Case: Dative

#1 Direction

i) Usually means English “to” - used only for neuter names of countries & towns W/O an article, compass points W/O article and place abverbs.
Ex: Ich ging nach Amerika.
(I went to America.)
Ex: Wir fuhren nach Osten. 
(We drove East.)
Ex: Ich ging nach oben/unten/vorne/rechts/links/hinten.
(I went up/under/ahead/right/left/behind.)

ii) “Towards” or “in the direction of” - strengthen w/ hin. “auf… zu” = alternative.
Ex: Ich sah nach der Tür (hin).
(I looked towards the door.)

#2 Time

i) Means after/later - “danach” means after(wards)
Ex: Nach vier Uhr.
(After four o’clock.)

#3 According to/Judging by

i) Can follow some nouns in this case, but preceding is also fine.
Ex: Nach meiner Uhr ist es schon drei!
(According to my watch it’s already three!)
Ex: Meiner Meinung nach
((lit.) According to my opinion…/In my opinion…)

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Hope this helps!

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