The table below (and the one following on the next page)
show the position of the elements in a phrase of most
of the German phrases. The position of the adverbial
qualifications can - in some certain cases - vary from
the order presented here. But it seems to be more useful
to not make it more complicated than it is already.
* The fact that here is the Dative-object and the Accusative-objekt
is due to rule no. 2. If there is only a direct object
the adverbs and adverbial qualifications are behind
this direct object. If a phrase has both, a direct and
an indirect object, the adverbs and adverbial qualifications
go between the two objects.
** The position of nicht varies.
If there is a direct object, nicht
is after the direct object. If there is no direct object,
nicht is between the