Grammar Term:
Subordinate Clause

Translation: der Nebensatz
A subordinate clause is a sentence that is embedded in another sentence using a subordinating conjunction. What's special in German is that they have a different sentence structure than main sentences (all verbs at the end).

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The Position of "nicht" - Part 1

In this lecture, we'll learn the ONE basic rule that we need for the position of "nicht". And we'll learn a crazy way of thinking that makes this rule possible.

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