"Where does the cat run to?"
Translation:Vart springer katten?
The intro explained it: "var" for location (which this would seem to be) and "vart" for direction.
Never mind that the English sentence ends with a preposition. Should be "To where does the cat run?"
No. In questions, the verb needs to come before the subject. A simple question would be like this: Springer katten? - 'Does the cat run?' But if there's a question word, like where, what, who etc, you just put that before the verb.
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I put that, and got marked wrong . So apparently the answer is no, but I don't understand why. Anyone?
no, that would translate to 'Where to the cat runs' which is just strange. Such construction might be seen in poems or similar. You need to put the verb 'springer' as the second word.