German Word Order & Sentence Structure

Welcome to Herr Antrim’s German Word Order and Sentence Structure index page, where you can learn about the rules and conventions that govern the arrangement of words in German sentences. This page provides access to detailed explanations of word order and sentence structure, along with examples and interactive exercises to help you practice and reinforce your understanding. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced learner, Herr Antrim’s German Word Order and Sentence Structure lessons offer a range of topics and levels to suit your needs, from basic word order rules to more complex sentence structures like subordinate clauses and indirect speech. With these resources, you’ll be able to express yourself more clearly and effectively in German, and avoid common mistakes that can arise from improper word order. Start exploring our resources today and take your German language skills to the next level!

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The Basics

Word Order Basics

Time and Word Order

Basic Questions & Answers

Question Words and Question Word Order

Word Order with Direct & Indirect Objects

Conjunctions (Konjunktionen)

Coordinating Conjunctions

Subordinating Conjunctions

Adverbial Conjunctions

Two-Part Conjunctions

Verbs with Prefixes

Inseparable Verbs

Separable Verbs: Rules & Use

Common Separable Prefixes

Less Common Separable Prefixes

Clauses

Relative Pronouns & Clauses

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