What is the difference between framör and framåt? I keep getting these two confused. When should I use which one?
Framåt = Forwards (the direction).
Före = Before (in either time or space!).
Framför = In front of (the location).
Is ' Flickan åker framför pojken' correct either?
No. Åker is used for riding a vehicle.
Why can't I say "Flickan promenerar framför pojken"?
That's more like "talking a walk" than just walking.
Would it be incorrect to say "Flickan går framför av pojken"?
Yes, because framför is "in front of", and you don't need to add the av. That would be "in front of of".
Can be mittemot instead of framför?
'Före' should be accepted as well, right?
I don't speak english at all, so I don't know the difference between "he goes after me" and "goes before me"
Before: earlier than something or someone - ex. He arrived to the party before us. -- After: behind or later or following in time - ex. They left the park after us.