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Help with German word order
« on: December 13, 2017, 02:09:53 pm »
I have trouble with the order of adjectives and where to put verbs in subordinating clauses. Also, What even counts as a subordinating clause? It's so confusing :???:.
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German thingy of the day:
das Haus, die Häuser. This means "house", but not home. That would be Hause, but only when it has a preposition. "Zu Hause" means at home (even though "zu" means towards), and "Nach Hause" means towards home (even though nach means "after" ... or "towards" depending on the context ... or sometimes "at").