Swedish prepositions: I'm looking at you på, till, and för!
I need help with Swedish prepositions. I'm fed up with them. Some of the easy ones, like under, which means during and under, are easy. Ones like på, however, seem to be able to mean any and every preposition in the book. I can't seem to see any rule about when they are used and what they mean in each situation, so I would like some help. Thanks!