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This study stack gives practice with prepositions as verbal complements.

(jmdn.) hindern an + DAT to hinder/prevent someone from doing something
sich wenden an + AKK to turn to
schie├čen auf + AKK to shoot at
aufpassen auf + AKK to keep an eye on, watch out for
blicken auf + AKK to glance at
sich konzentrieren auf +AKK to concentrate on
reagieren auf +AKK to react to
sich verlassen auf + AKK to rely on
(be)urteilen nach + DAT to judge by/according to how
greifen nach + DAT to reach for
streben nach + DAT to strive for
sich umsehen nach + DAT to look around for
(jmdn.) bringen um + AKK to deprive or cause someone to lose
spielen um + AKK to play for (stakes)
jmdn. abhalten von + DAT to keep, prevent someone from doing something
Es stellt sich heraus It turns out to be/proves to be
Es zeigt sich It turns out to be/proves to be (less formal)
sich herausstellen als It turns out to be/proves to be (with specific subject-not es)
sich erwiesen als It turns out to be/proves to be(with specific subject-not es)
Created by: cellerston