Introduction to the Dutch language/Lesson 14: Er vs There

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  • Daar - There
  • Hier - Here
  • Er - There (nonspecific)
  • Erin - in there?
  • Eruit - out of it
  • Eronder - Under it
  • Erop - On it
  • Erin - In it
  • Ernaast - Beside it
  • Naartoe - There (with gaan; static)
  • Ermee - With it
  • Ertussen - In between
  • Ernaartoe - There (with gaan; static)
  • Hiertussen - in here; in between; between these
  • Hierna - After this
  • Hiermee - With this
    • Difference between hiermee and ermee: Ermee is more, emphasised (in context), hiermee is "new".
    • Daarmee - With that
  • Hierdoor - Because of this
    • Daardoor means "Because of that"
  • Hieronder - Underneath this
  • Daarop - On there
  • Daarin - In there?
  • Daarmee - With that?
  • Daarnaast - Furthermore