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Two quick questions!

Two very quick questions;

1. What does 'beim Essen' 'beim Trinken' mean?

literal translation to English is 'at' which is obvoiously not correct here?


2 'bei mir' is used to mean 'at my house/place'

therefore can I also say ;

'bei Ihnen' = at your house

'bei ihr' = at her house

'bei ihm' = at his house

etc???

Thanks again for your much appreciated assistance.

Gemma

For learning: German
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    1) while you are eating/drinking
    e.g. "Ich bin jetzt gerade beim Essen(, kann ich dich zurück rufen?)"
    = I'm eating right now (can I call back?)

    2) yes, absolutely!

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