The 'other verbs' (OV) are all verbs other than the finite verb. We find the OV at the very end of the right side.
If a sentence has more than one verb, the OV is placed at the end of the sentence. As a consequence, if there is more than one OV, these OV's are always grouped together.
OV's are either infinitives or past participles. Recall, that in general, the independent verb comes last (see independent verbs?).
|The tulips will absorb a lot of water.
|The people no longer want to (keep) wait(ing) for dinner.
If a phrase contains an auxiliary verb that requires te, we will simply consider te part of the OV. The same goes for aan het. Recall, that we need the latter to form the continuous.
|They are quarrelling all day.
In the above example, it is zitten that urges the independent verb kibbelen to be preceded by te.
The word te can also occur in the middle of the OV. This is the case if one of the OVs (rather than the finite verb) is an auxiliary verb that needs to be followed by te.
|He has not managed to convince us.
(*) Recall, that when a past participle serves as an auxiliary verb, it turns into an infinitive?.
We use aan het for the conjugation of the continuous?. Aan het is also considered part of OV:
||de huizen aan de overkant
||aan het verbouwen
|They are renovating the houses across the street.