Does Ihnen with a capital mean you, and ihnen without mean them?
Why is it zahlen? I thought bezahlen was pay and zahlen was count? Is that not so?
why not "dass ich will zahlen"? Or would that also be correct?
After daß or dass the verb goes to the end of the sentence, same as weil and wenn etc.
yes, it would be fine, as long as you put "will" at the end, since "dass" makes it a subordinate clause
So all subordinate clauses have the "second place" verb at the end? Is that a rule of thumb?
"I said you that I want to pay" is wrong?
Yes, because "I said you" does not make grammatical sence in english
I also thought the same, why no say " dass ich will zahlen" instead of zahlen will ?
It is how the grammer works. If there is no 'dass', 'ich will zahlen'. But when the sentence contains dass (that 〜), then main verb (here it is 'will') comes to the end.
Im not a native English speaker. What is the difference between said vs told?
say ( just say something in general) - Tell ( you need an OBJECT to apply this action)
past tense: Said - Told
i.e. I said the time * I told you the time.
Best regards. ;)
theyre basically the same