why not at the corner?
That would be "an der Ecke". This phrase means, that the restaurant is quite close or that there is just one corner between here and there. It does not have to be at a corner it can also be in the middle of the street, if that is not so far away.
I hope I could be of help.
"Around the corner" Means it is not far from here.
Example: The store isn't far from here, it's just around the corner.
Not really: it is the word "just" that would say that it is nearby. (It could be around the corner and half-way down the street.)
"by the corner" does not work?
"The restaurant's around the corner" is not accepted. בס״ד
The restaurant is about the corner is possible?
Doesn't sound natural to me.
I said the right answer i just misspelled english restraunt
Me too! Im dyslexic i feel there should be some consideration, especially as i got all the german right
Sometimes it does work even with misspelling but there are some misspellings it doesnt forgive,a computer simply cant tell between a misspelling and an actual wrong answer
Restaurant is the English spelling. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/restaurant
Why does google translate put a gleich thing in the sentence. "Das Restaurant ist gleich um die Ecke."
That's like "just around the corner".
Why does the corner not take the dative to become der Ecke? I thought sentences that give a static position would take the dative case?
The preposition "um" is in german bound with accusative case, i think...
Is this Alice's restaurant by chance?
Is it like in english in which around the corner means not far?
I'm over here trying to learn German and I casually misspell Restaurant..... crap
"The restaurant's round the corner" is not accepted. בס״ד
I writ this correct but you say this is wrong why?
At normal speed, it is impossible to tell that she says "um" and not "an"...ridiculous
Is it also correct to use "um die Ecke" for something that is going to happen soon? e.g. "Der Frühling ist um die Ecke."
the restaurant is at the corner - is correct -
um die Ecket - is not - around the corner