"Do you want to eat inside?"
Translation:Willen jullie binnen eten?
Why not "willen jullie eten binnen"? Is there a rule that pushes "eten" to the end of the sentence?
In the case of more than one verb in a sentence, all verbs following the first one are stacked at the end of the sentence :)
But what order do they follow? The original question was about "binnen eten" vs "eten binnen"
Each subject in the sentence only gets a single conjugated verb. So if there's a second verb for 'je', it must be the infinitive and is put at the end of the sentence. Hope that explains it a bit!