http://www.uvm.edu/~cmazzoni/3grammatica/grammatica/prepositions.html Try this it'll help and gives some prepositions that will be coming soon.
But in English if someone said "guests arrive this evening" you might say "from when?" meaning when do they start arriving. You would not say "since when?" unless you want to know when the decision was made that guests arrive this evening. "From when" is not the same as "since when".
I hope someone can help. This happened to me also. Well, actually, I did mean to press "can't listen now" because I truly couldn't at that moment and then I got the message "audio will turn back on in one hour". That was almost a week ago. I've done it before with no problem but not this time. The only thing I haven't tried is reinstalling the app. I'm so afraid of it not picking up where I left off and starting my progress over at day one.
Hi, perhaps this hint helps: In the Roman Latin language the basic preposition is "de" for "from". "Da" is Italian short form for "de at" meaning "since or "from when onwards".
"De" changes by each following word and case: De➡da(de at)➡di (de il)➡del(de el/elle)➡dal(de al)➡dalle (del al)donde➡(de onde) ...