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    Post Has to do with directional statements

    I've been studying German for a couple of years and what makes it really nice is the da-compounds, for example:

    darueber: over that, about that
    dahinten: behind that, back behind that
    darunter: under there, under that
    etc. etc. etc. one uses them ALL the time in German,

    my question is this: Are there equivalents in Russian, and if so, what are they? What would one usually say for, under there, down there, over there, over that, etc. . .

    For example: Earlier we were speaking about that.

    German: Frueher wir waren DARUEBER sprechen.

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