Same but different: search for the prepositions the verb is used with and then turn it into a question.
thinking *about* - nachdenken *über*
*What* are you thinking *about*? - *worüber* denkst du nach?
Just in German you have to add the right ending to the *wo* which is given. This results from the preposition the verb is used with. an - woran, mit - womit etc.
Feb 25, 2021 8:13 PM
Help me please😭🙏
You have to add the right prepositions according to the verbs: they are always used together e.g. think *of* - denken *an*.
Next: in German the articles have to correspondend with the noun. Meaning: the endings have to be adjusted according to the gender of the noun, e.g. die Arbeit - female - dein*e* Arbeit.
Last step is really hard to explain. The „pronominaladverb“ is kind of a substitute for *an* in combination with *meine Arbeit* (you’re thinking of your work again? No, I am not thinking *of it*. The sentence could also be: Nein, ich habe keine Lust *an meine Arbeit* zu denken. But instead of repeating you use *daran*. Which word to use results from the preposition which goes with the verb.
Feb 25, 2021 7:59 PM
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