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da1.da de adverb, sie sind nicht da (dahin, dort, dorthin, hier) here, there
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dort1.dort de adverb, mein Sohn studiert dort (da, dahin, dorthin) there
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dorthin1.dorthin de adverb, Wie kommt er dorthin? (da, dahin, dort) there
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draußen1.draußen de adverb, ich warte draußen auf ihn abroad, out there, outdoors, outside
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geradeaus1.geradeaus de adverb, gehen Sie geradeaus (vorwärts) ahead, straight ahead, straight on, straightforward
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hier1.hier de adverb, hier ist eine Frau (da) here
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hinten1.hinten de adverb, ich steige hinten in den Lastwagen ein (zurück) back, behind
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links1.links de adverb, ich gehe nach links left
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oben1.oben de adverb, die Schlafzimmer sind oben above, upstairs
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rechts1.rechts de adverb, die Straße verläuft nach rechts right
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unten1.unten de adverb, er wohnt ganz unten im Haus at the bottom, below, downstairs
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woher1.woher de adverb, Woher kommt er? (wohin) from where, where
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wohin1.wohin de adverb, Wohin fahren wir? (woher) where
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zurück1.zurück de adverb, hin und zurück (hinten) back
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