What’s the difference between obwohl and trotz grammatically?
Does the verb goes to the end of the sentence when we use trotz?
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The greatest difference between both is that trotz initiates a genitive while obwohl does not.
Wir gingen spazieren, trotz des schlechten Wetters.
Wir gingen spazieren, obwohl das Wetter schlecht war.
That also means that you do not use a verb when using trotz. It is important to notice that you would not use a sentence order like this when using trotz. It is more likely to put the trotz subordinate clause before the main clause:
Trotz des schlechten Wetters gingen wir spazieren.
Why you don’t need a verb there? Because the sentences has a genitive object which replaces a complete