Think of it this way: “Wieso” is just another way to say why (literally how so) in German. The order of the sentence in this German interrogative is: Interrogative Word, Verb, Nominative Case, and finally, Accusative Case in this situation. Example: Wieso passt der Schal mich? Translation: Why does the scarf fit me? Another way to do it is to turn the interrogative into a declarative first. “Die Katze frisst die Orangen, weil sie verwirrt ist.” Translation: “The cat is eating the oranges because it is confused.” Both situations make it less difficult to understand.