German Prepositions in phrases

Can you name the German Prepositions in phrases

to the party
to the library
to New York
to Guglhupf
to the bank
to the bank alt.
to the restaurant
to the movies
to my grandparents' (place)
at the movies
at my friend's place (male)
at Guglhupf
at the library
at the restaurant
at the window
at the party
at the party alt.
for you (informal singular)
for you (informal plural)
for you (formal singular/ plural)
with you (inf. sng)
with you (inf. pl.)
with you (for. sng/pl)
against you (inf. sng)
against you (inf. pl)
against you (for. sng/plural)
without you (inf. sng)
without you (inf. pl.)
without you (for. sg./pl.)
at you(r place) (inf. sg)
at you(r place) (inf. pl.)
at you(r place) (for. sg./pl)
from you (inf. sg.)
from you (inf. pl.)
from you (for. sg./pl.)
without her
with her
next to her (Wo?)
from her
for her
against her
without them
with them
next to them (Wo?)
from them
for them
against them
I woke up. (present Perfect)
I got up
I showered
I had breakfast
I went to work
I worked
I played Soccer
It was fun
I went out
I had fun
I went home
I showered again
I went to bed
I slept eight hours
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