Question: Where does Bitte go in a German sentence?

When used to mean “please,” bitte can take various positions within a sentence. Like most German sentences, it comes down to emphasis. You can put the word bitte at the start or at the end of your sentence, or even somewhere in-between.

How do you use German in a sentence?

2. He was born of / to German parents. 3. I find German grammar very difficult.

Where does the verb go in every German sentence?

second idea In German, the verb is always the second idea in a sentence. But this does not necessarily mean that it is the second word. In English, the verb as the second idea is only true in short, simple sentences with no additional information, eg: I live in England.

How do you order a sentence in German?

Rules for basic German sentence structureThe basic order is SVO: subject, verb, object.The verb, the main verb or the conjugated part of the verb is always the second element of the sentence.If the subject does not precede the verb, main verb or conjugated part, it must follow it immediately.Jan 6, 2021

Do verbs come at the end in German?

In German the conjugated verb must be in the second position, while the other verb almost always goes at the end of the phrase: Ich werde das Buch bald lesen. In a subordinate clause, the verbs all go at the end of the phrase.

How do you use dich in German?

In grammar terminology we say du is in nominative case (the subject of the sentence) and dich is in accusative case (the direct object of the sentence).

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