"The fox has been out again."
Translation:Räven har varit framme igen.
Translating prepositions is always going to be a difficult task and very often, direct translations don't make sense at all.
In Swedish, whenever someone or something är framme, this basically means they are "showing themselves". You can think of as if the fox has come out of hiding or something similar.
Räven har varit ute igen could mean several different things. It could mean that the fox has actually went out of something, maybe the woods or it's own fox-hole. It could also have a more general meaning, "the fox has been outside", as in the fox has been outside in our yard or out in our driveway or anything really.
Please ask me to clarify if none of this makes any sense at all, it's a tough question to answer and with prepositions, a lot of the learning is just a lot of repetition until you get your own "feel" for the words and expressions.
Glad I could help clarify the phrase!
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