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Kyle-T

Kyle-T

Was wondering if it matters what order time and place come in. For example, the sentence "Wollen sie auf mich morgan hier warten, bitte?" or is the other way "Wollen sie auf mich hier morgan warten, bitte?" better? I know the second verb comes at the end and that bitte can being placed where ever. Any responses would be much appreciated. (Will you wait for me here tomorrow, please?) Thanks in advance
Shannon-S

Shannon-S

The general rule is time, manner, place. I'm no expert, but I would put: Morgan, werden Sie auf mich hier warten?
Paul-Weber

Paul-Weber

Hello Kyle, Sorry for late reply. Yes it matters what order time and place come in. "Wollen sie morgen hier auf mich warten, bitte?". "Wollen" is "to want" "Werden sie morgen hier auf mich warten?". "Werden" is "will" Other options: "Können sie morgen hier auf mich warten, bitte?". "Können" is "can" Also you might want to be more precise with the time. "Können sie morgen um 12 uhr hier auf mich warten, bitte?" I hope this helps! Paul

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