I have a few questions about German or Deutsch.
What is the difference between "Bin Ich" and "Ich bin". It's really been bugging me and I couldn't find anything about it. I also looked at the sentences and Bin Ich wasn't a question.
Just clarifying, if you put the verb before the pronoun it is like you are asking a question for example: "Haben Sie einen Kuchen?" -- would translate to "Do you have a cake?"
Which form of the noun do you use when there is a mix of that occupation. Like there are 2 boy students and 2 girl students and you just want to group them together. Do you just say " Die Schüler ".
What do you say when you don't know the gender of a person ( not to be rude ) or a thing do you just put it in the masculine form kind of like we do in English?
German word order is like Time, Manner, Place if so could this be translated the same as the second one "Erik kommt heute mit der Bahn nach Hause." "Heute kommt Erik mit der Bahn nach Hause."
The noun only changes form while in the Genitive form and it gets an -e or an -es and nouns ending in -e will get an -en right? Does anything else make the nouns change and also would I be able to guess whether it is an -e or an -es or is it just like definite articles where I have to memorize it with the word.
Those are the questions that were bothering me and I couldn't really find online except for the 6th because I thought of it just while I was writing it.