Bedeutung das worte "vorbei"

ANONYMOUS April 24, 2008, 9:03 pm
konnen Sie mir helfen bitte die folgende deutsche Phrase zu verstehen

ich komm immer wieder gern mal, vorbei

was ist meaning of vorbei in this context in english.

Danke Schon
bis dann

Bedeutung das worte "vorbei"
ANONYMOUS April 27, 2008, 9:06 pm
Hi Donald,

"Vorbei" on it's own can mean "past", as in :

"Ich fahre vorbei" - "I'm driving past"

or "over", as in:

"Es ist vorbei" - "It is over"

Here in your example it actually belongs to the word "kommen" - (vorbeikommen) and it means "to pass by" or "to call in".

"Ich komme immer wieder gern mal vorbei" means "I always like passing by again".

It is quite common in German that verbs are seperated and the "prefix" - (the part that is in front of the basic verb, like "un-" in "unhappy" gets pushed to the end of the sentence.

Bedeutung das worte "vorbei"
ANONYMOUS May 4, 2008, 10:39 pm
danke schon fur deine Antwort

alles Gute!!!
Bedeutung das worte "vorbei"

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