Sep 30, 2020 - 07:37 AM
In German the verb usually goes in the second position of the phrase, like here in a "normal" sentence with one single verb:
Ich spreche English und ein bisschen Deutsch
It only goes at the end when there's another verb before, usually a modal verb like "möchten". For example we'd say:
Ich möchte Deutsch sprechen (I'd like to speak German)
In this case the conjugated verb is "möchte", and it goes in second position, and the second verb is in infinitive form "sprechen", and it goes at the end.
Hope it clears your doubt...Good luck with the rest of German.