A sentence from duo stories: "Sie dürfen den Hund nicht mit in Ihr Zimmer nehmen!"
Is it correct? I don't understand the preposition order "mit in Ihr Zimmer". Shouldn't "mit" go along with "nehmen" to the end of the sentence to form "mitnehmen"?
If you treat the "mit" as part of the verb "mitnehmen" it is indeed "Sie dürfen den Hund nicht in Ihr Zimmer mitnehmen". But in the given sentence the "mit" is just the German way of saying "together with yourself", which is very frequently used at least in spoken language. And for this the order of the words is as given.