Elements of the phrase 3 - complex phrases

Questions have the verb before the subject, in Danish as well in English. This phaenomenon is called inversion. But in Danish you also have inversion in non-questions. Whatever comes before the verb, it will send the subject to the position just after the verb.

In Danish subordinat clauses always have the structure: s a v. Subordinate clauses are phrases that serve as for example time, place or condition elements of main clauses.

Choose w for whatever element of the prase that has caused inversion. Choose s for subject, v for verb (in present or past), a for central adverbs (like ikke) and r for the rest (verb in infinitive or perfect forms, objects, place time etc.).
Han siger altid , at vi ikke tale engelsk i pausen .