The German verb reden - to talk

The German verb reden – to talk

The verb reden – to talk weak verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb reden is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of reden through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, May 31st 2012 |
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The German verb lügen - to lie

The German verb lügen – to lie

The verb lügen – to lie strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb lügen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of lügen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, May 17th 2012 |
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The German verb laufen - to walk, to run

The German verb laufen – to walk, to run

The verb laufen – to walk strong verb, formed with sein Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb laufen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of laufen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, May 3rd 2012 |
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The German verb holen - to fetch

The German verb holen – to fetch

The verb holen – to fetch weak verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb holen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of holen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, Apr 19th 2012 |
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The German verb behalten - to keep

The German verb behalten – to keep

The verb behalten – to keep strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb behalten is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of behalten through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, Apr 5th 2012 |
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The German verb fangen - to catch

The German verb fangen – to catch

The verb fangen – to catch strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb fangen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of fangen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, Mar 22nd 2012 |
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The German verb entdecken - to discover

The German verb entdecken – to discover

The verb entdecken – to discover weak verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb entdecken is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of entdecken through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, Mar 8th 2012 |
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The German verb bestellen - to order

The German verb bestellen – to order

The verb bestellen – to order weak verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb bestellen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of bestellen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, Feb 23rd 2012 |
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The German verb dürfen - to be allowed to

The German verb dürfen – to be allowed to

The verb dürfen – to be allowed to modal verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb dürfen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of dürfen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional […]

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Thu, Feb 9th 2012 |
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The German verb denken - to think

The German verb denken – to think

The verb denken – to think mixed verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb denken is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of denken through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Wed, Jan 25th 2012 |
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The German verb beginnen - to begin

The German verb beginnen – to begin

The verb beginnen – to begin strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb beginnen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of beginnen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, Jan 12th 2012 |
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The German verb verlieren - to lose

The German verb verlieren – to lose

The verb verlieren – to lose strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb verlieren is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of verlieren through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Wed, Dec 21st 2011 |
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The German verb mögen - to like

The German verb mögen – to like

The verb mögen – to like modal verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb mögen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of mögen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Wed, Nov 30th 2011 |
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The German verb fliegen - to fly

The German verb fliegen – to fly

The verb fliegen – to fly strong verb, formed with sein Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb fliegen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of fliegen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Wed, Nov 16th 2011 |
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The German verb finden - to find

The German verb finden – to find

The verb finden – to find strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb finden is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of finden through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Wed, Nov 2nd 2011 |
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The German verb helfen - to help

The German verb helfen – to help

The verb helfen – to help strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb helfen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of helfen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Wed, Oct 19th 2011 |
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The German verb kennen - to know

The German verb kennen – to know

The verb kennen – to know mixed verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb kennen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of kennen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Wed, Oct 5th 2011 |
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The German verb wissen - to know

The German verb wissen – to know

The verb wissen – to know mixed verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb wissen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of wissen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Wed, Sep 21st 2011 |
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The German verb sprechen - to speak

The German verb sprechen – to speak

The verb sprechen – to speak strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb sprechen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of sprechen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Sun, Sep 11th 2011 |
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The German verb schwimmen - to swim

The German verb schwimmen – to swim

The verb schwimmen – to swim strong verb, formed with sein Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb schwimmen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of schwimmen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Sun, Aug 28th 2011 |
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