How does the 'に' work in this context

Before eating you say: receive(Enjoy your meal).

I always have problems with sentences where a verb is in the middle :slightly_smiling_face:

This is basically used as the に that is used for “time.” But I think you can simply just think of “前に” as “before”.


I overlooked that “before” changes when it happens.

What do you mean by that?

My brain didn’t make the connection between the time aspect of に and 前.

If the sentence would contain 9 o’clock, I would have understood the usage of に.

Sry for the strange explainations, my head is a maze sometimes. :sweat_smile:

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