On the second day run the horses - wrong???????
That word order sound odd to... In English, the subject goes always in front of the verb in affirmative sentenses, doesn't it?
I do keep learning English next to German with Duo, I must say - as I'm not an English native!
Should "walk" be wrong here? http://www.dict.cc/?s=laufen
yes. In this context, 'laufen' means 'to run'.
How would you say that the horses are walking?
Treten ? But i am not sure
In English, sentences are read from left to right. So this reads 'The second day run the horses' !
On the second day run the horses, is a literal translation word for word, why is it wrong??