How to Say “Did you know that…?” – Subordinate Clauses – B1

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Translate the following sentences:

  1. Did you know that he came back yesterday? (formal)
  2. Did you know that she is married? (informal)
  3. Did you know that she had a boyfriend? (formal)
  4. Did you guys know that Mrs. Kuling is retired?
  5. Did you know that I go to the gym every Monday, Wednesday and Friday? (Fitnessstudio) (informal) Continue reading

Sentences with “because” – A2

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Die Konjunktion “weil” leitet einen Nebensatz ein.

The conjunction “weil” is followed by a subordinate clause (subject + other elements of the sentence + verb at the end).

Beispiele im Präsens Examples in the Present Tense

Main Clause first: Ich bleibe zu Hause, weil ich krank bin. –> In this sentence, the main clause is first. That is why the verb in the secondary clause comes at the end.

Secondary Clause first: Weil ich krank bin, bleibe ich zu Hause. –> In this sentence, the secondary clause is first. That is why verb in the main clause comes first.

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