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If the verb is in two parts, the conjugated part comes at the end, and the "generic part" infinitive, past participle, or separable prefix comes right before it. VP5: After a subordinate clause , the subsequent main clause begins with the verb. VP6: Infinitives with or without "zu" always come at the end of the clause.
If the verb is separable or in two parts, make a " zu-sandwich ": mit zu kommen, Tennis zu spielen.
DN Nouns add an "-n" in the dative plural. DN indicates that you've either forgotten this extra - n we add to the regular plural form in the D ative, or added one where it's not needed. EA Don't confuse E in - word endings and A djective endings! Usually means you need to insert or delete a comma. ID ID iomatic expression. NN Wrong form of an N - N oun. N-Nouns weak nouns are masculine nouns that add an -en or -n ending whenever they are not in the Nominative singular. This note indicates that you have two main verbs in the same clause, and need to find a way to separate the clause into two clauses separated by a comma, typically a main clause and a S ubordinate C lause, with one of the verbs in each.
SC1 : Use a relative clause, e. SC4 : Replace the English verb-verb combination with a verb-adverb combination in German: "Why do you keep insulting me? These include errors in conjugating the verb [e.