Bienenstich or Bee sting cake is a German dessert made of a sweet yeast dough with a baked-on topping of caramelized almonds and filled with a vanilla custard, Buttercream or cream.The cake may have earned its name from its honey topping: according to one legend, a bee was attracted to it, and the baker who invented the cake was stung.Another source cites a legend of German bakers from the 15th century who lobbed beehives at raiders from a neighboring village, successfully repelling them, and celebrated later by baking a version of this cake named after their efforts.
a) war so stressig.
b) so stressig war.
Coordinating Conjunctions: coordinating conjunctions are used to connect two words, phrases or clauses. The addition of a coordinating conjunction does not affect the word order of the two main clauses joined together. The most common coordinating conjunctions are:
aber – but denn – for, because
oder – or sondern – but (on the contrary)
und - and
Note: According to the new spelling rules of 2006, there usually is no comma before the conjunctions und and oder unless it helps to clarify complex clauses.
IchgehenachHause, aberElkegeht in die Stadt.
IchgehenichtnachHause, sondernichgehe in die Stadt.
Subordinating Conjunctions: are used to connect a main clause and a dependent clause. A subordinating conjunction does not affect the word order in English, but in German it does. In a sentence beginning with the main clause, the main verb (conjugated verb) of the dependent clause appears at the end of the dependent clause or the complete sentence. Clauses are separated by commas.
The most common subordinating conjunctions are:
Note: Although the two subordinating conjunctions als and wenn have similar meaning, als refers to a single event in the past and wennrefers to an action that is repeated in any tense. You can always say immerwennin order to emphasize this habitual repetition.
Note: In a sentence beginning with the dependent clause (the conjunction is at the beginning of the sentence), the conjugated verb of the dependent clause appears at the end of the dependent clause (before the comma) and the inverted word order is applied.
Weil wirhungrigsind, gehenwir ins Restaurant.
Sobalddu hierbist, essenwir.
Note: All question words (wer, wie, wo, was, wann, warum, etc., including wo-compounds) can function like subordinating conjunctions, introducing indirect questions.