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Verb - position in the sentence

The verb is particularly important for the formation of a sentence, because without a sentence a sentence is incomplete. Here you will learn everything you should know about the verb.

The predicate in a sentence always contains one conjugated verb form. If you don't remember exactly what verbs actually are, then take another look here and refresh your knowledge: The Verb - Getting to know parts of speech

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Verbs are conjugable. We also say that they bendable are.

Verbs in a sentence can be in the Personnel form stand. That is, they relate to a specific person. They are conjugated and adapt in shape to the person they are referring to.

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We also use the finite form of the verb Personnel form. The personal form is conjugated (inflected) and adapted in shape to the subject to which it relates.

Word order and sentence structure in German

A sentence is made up of parts of the sentence. In German, a sentence always consists of at least two clauses: From a subject and one predicate.

A simple sentence with a subject and a predicate.

We can change the sentence structure in German in many different ways. We can do the individual Often the order of the parts of the sentence is swappedto add variety to a text. However, you should remember some basic rules:

The personal form of the verb

The personal form of the verb, i.e. that finite (conjugated) verb, is always at the in normal statements second place in the sentence.

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Tim eats Ice.

The subject of the sentence

The subject of the sentence is often on Start of sentence.

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Tim goes to the cinema tomorrow.

If the subject is not at the beginning of the sentence, but the object or information about place and time, it slips Subject behind the finite (conjugated) verb.

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Tomorrow drives Tim to the movies.

Infinite verb forms

Infinite verb forms, including the infinitive and the past participle, are always at the end of the sentence.

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I want nice weather tomorrow to have.