Helpful German word order posts
If you're having trouble understanding German word order I suggest you take a couple of minutes to read these two posts which I think will give you a much better understanding of how German works.
I found part 2 to be a lot more interesting than part 1, but you should read both. There's also a part 3 cooming, but that shouldn't be out until next week.
Uffff.... left me utterly and profoundly demoralised. Pheeew [read: super long sigh - editor's note] I just need a totally twisted, screwed up brain and it will all fall into the exact right places ... right? Hmm...don't think so! I always said German was no language (=keine Sprache) but rather just a higher level mathematical equation (=mathematische Gleichung). Ende gut, alles gut.
P.S. Thanks for the links - I did enjoy reading them.
I read only part1. Normally I read English only on duo. So the new description that has unique emphasis was a little difficult to me. (´・ω・｀) But this is very helpful. Recently example sentences are sometimes a bit of longer and I relied on English sentences and my intuition. Thanks to this blog, I can find normal tendencies of word order and take attention to look at the words one by one. By the way I like a scene which the boxes are chatting. Somehow I feel it adorable. I remembered “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”