How do you use Vielleicht in German?
Germans do use it sometimes to express that something was REALLY something. For example: Puh, die U-Bahn war heute vielleicht mal voll.
Where do you put Vielleicht?
“Vielleicht” leans more to the side of the subject being vague or even unlikely. It can also be used to make a polite excuse for not showing up to some event (“Vielleicht komme ich vorbei.”).
How do you master a German sentence structure?
- Simple, declarative sentences are identical in German and English: Subject, verb, other.
- The verb is always the second element in a German sentence.
- With compound verbs, the second part of the verb goes last, but the conjugated part is still second.
- German sentences are usually “time, manner, place.”
What does grammar mean in German?
[ˈɡræməʳ] 1. (= subject, book) Grammatik f , Sprachlehre f.
What is Wahrscheinlich English?
[vaːɐˈʃainlɪç, ˈvaːɐ-] probable, likely; (= glaubhaft) plausible. es liegt im Bereich des Wahrscheinlichen it is quite within the bounds of probability. adverb.
What is TeKaMoLo?
TeKaMoLo is short for the German words temporal, kausal, modal and lokal. The rule basically says that the order of boxes in a German sentence usually is: Te – ka – mo – lo. when – why – how – where.
Is German grammar hard?
German grammar is too complex. There’s no way to sugarcoat it. German grammar is complex, can get frustrating at times, and will probably take a while to master. Most learners struggle with grammatical cases (to be fair, they can be a pain even for native speakers).
How do you use TeKaMoLo?
What is temporal in German?
Temporal prepositions are related to time and answer questions like “When?” and “For how long?” Some require the accusative case, some the dative case, and some the genitive case.