"Die Suppe ist gesund, obwohl sie Salz enthält."
Translation:The soup is healthy even though it contains salt.
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i dont understand how soup can be feminine... its a food, right? (OBVIOUSLY) but its not a person or an animal or something like that.
"When a subordinating conjunction occupies the first position, a dependent clause results. Keep in mind that, as the name implies, such a clause is not a whole sentence; an independent, or main clause must also be present. The primary feature of a dependent clause is that the finite verb is no longer in the second position, but moves to the end, following even the verb complement (if there is one). If that complement is a separable prefix, the two elements are written as one word. I.e. "er schläft ein" [he falls asleep] becomes "weil er einschläft" [because he falls asleep]."