Yiddish for Yeshivah Bachurim/Prepositions

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There are quite a few prepositions in Yiddish, and they don't all quite correspond to an equivalent English expression. It takes a while to get used to all of their different uses. Here are a few examples of some common ones.

אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   בּײַ by, and all sorts of other words
Example בּײַ רעק"א איז עס גאָר פּשוט. That's very clear to Rebbi Akiva Eiger.
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   פֿון from, of
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   אין in
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   אױף (pronounced אַף) on
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   צו to
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   בּיז until
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   פֿאַר before
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   נאָך after
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   מיט with
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   אָן without
אַ נײַ װאָרט - A new word
The word   אַקעגן opposite