• German grammar
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  • 3 German sentence structure [0/28]
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  • 3.1 Sentence structure of main clauses in German [0/4]
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  • 3.3 Negation in German [0/3]
  • 3.4 Questions in German [0/2]
  • 3.5 Indirect speech in German [0/2]
  • 3.6 Conjunctions in German [0/3]
  • 4 German Articles [0/7]
  • 5 German nouns [0/28]
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  • 5.1 Gender of German nouns (substantives) - der, die, das [0/9]
  • 5.2 Plural of German nouns [0/4]
  • 5.3 German declension (N-declension) [0/4]
  • 5.4 Diminutive (-lein, -chen) in German [0/3]
  • 5.5 Compound nouns in German [0/2]
  • 5.6 Adjectives and verbs as nouns in German [0/1]
  • 6 German pronouns [0/19]
  • 7 German cases [0/13]
  • 8 German adjectives [0/29]
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  • 8.1 Different types of adjectives in German [0/3]
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  • 8.3 German participle as adjectives [0/2]
  • 8.4 Comparative and superlative adjectives in German [0/4]
  • 8.5 Declension of German adjectives [0/2]
  • 8.6 Forming and declension of ordinal numbers in German [0/2]
  • 8.7 Possessive adjectives in German [0/2]
  • 8.8 Demonstrative adjectives in German [0/2]
  • 8.9 Interrogative and exclamatory adjectives in German [0/2]
  • 8.10 Indefinite adjectives in German [0/2]
  • 8.11 List of German Adjectives [0/2]
  • 9 German adverbs [0/13]
  • 10 German verbs [0/67]
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  • 10.1 Auxiliary verbs in German [0/5]
  • 10.2 Modal verbs in German [0/8]
  • 10.3 Separable and inseparable verbs in German [0/3]
  • 10.4 Conjugation of regular verbs (weak verbs) in German
  • 10.5 Conjugation of irregular verbs (strong verbs) in German [0/45]
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  • 10.5.1 Conjugation of geben (to give) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.2 Conjugation of gehen (to walk, to go) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.3 Conjugation of lassen (to let) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.4 Conjugation of nehmen (to take) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.5 Conjugation of fahren (to drive) German [0/2]
  • 10.5.6 Conjugation of essen (to eat) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.7 Conjugation of lesen (to read) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.8 Conjugation of sehen (to see) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.9 Conjugation of kommen (to come) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.10 Conjugation of trinken (to drink) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.11 Conjugation of schlafen (to sleep) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.12 Conjugation of gefallen (to please) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.13 Conjugation of schreiben (to write) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.14 Conjugation of helfen (to help) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.15 Conjugation of laufen (to run) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.16 Conjugation of treffen (to meet, to hit) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.17 Conjugation of tragen (to carry) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.18 Conjugation of bleiben (to stay) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.19 Conjugation of schwimmen (to swim) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.20 Conjugation of finden (to find) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.21 Conjugation of waschen (to wash) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.22 Conjugation of bekommen (to get) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.23 Cojugation of bringen (to bring) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.24 Conjugation of sprechen (to speak) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.25 Conjugation of heißen (to be called) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.26 Conjugation of fliegen (to fly) in German [0/2]
  • 10.5.27 Conjugation of backen (to bake) in German [0/1]
  • 10.5.28 Conjugation of steigen (to rise) in German [0/1]
  • 10.6 List of common verbs in German [0/1]
  • 11 German prepositions [0/27]
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  • 11.1 Locative prepositions in German [0/2]
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  • 11.3 Modal prepositions in German [0/2]
  • 11.4 Causal prepositions in German [0/2]
  • 11.5 German prepositions requiring the genitive [0/2]
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  • 11.7 German Prepositions requiring the accusative [0/2]
  • 11.8 German prepositions with either dative or accusative [0/2]
  • 11.9 German prepositions and articles [0/2]
  • 11.10 German prepositions with verbs [0/2]
  • 11.11 German prepositions and adjectives [0/2]
  • 12 Tenses and conjugation of German verbs [0/23]
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  • 12.1 Present tense (Präsens) in German [0/4]
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  • 12.3 Present perfect (Perfekt) in German [0/3]
  • 12.4 Past perfect tense (Plusquamperfekt) in German [0/3]
  • 12.5 German future I [0/4]
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  • 13 Infinitive in German [0/8]
  • 14 Imperative in German [0/3]
  • 15 Subjunctive in German [0/6]
  • 16 Active and passive voice in German [0/2]
  • 17 Participle in German [0/6]
  • List of common verbs in German

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    This page contains the most common verbs in the German language. Additionally to each verb you will find example sentences of a possible usage of the verb. 
     

    GermanGerman example sentenceEnglish English example sentence
    etw. anfangen Ich fange um 10 Uhr an zu arbeiten.to start I will start my work at 10 am.
    arbeitenSie arbeitet als Lehrerin.to workI work as a teacher.
    etw. bauenDie Familie baut ein Haus. to build The family is building a house.
    etw. beginnenSie beginnt ihrer Tochter zu vergeben.to begin to do sth.She even begin to forgive her daughter.
    etw. bekommen, erhaltenIch habe einen Brief bekommen.to receive sth.I have received a letter.
    etw. bemerkenIch habe den neuen Haarschnitt bemerkt.to notice so./ sthI have noticed your new haircut.
    etw. bringenSie bringt Salat zum Grillen.to bring sth.She brings salad to the barbecue.
    etw. denkenSie denken an Essen.to think (of sth.)They think of food.
    etw. dürfenDas Kind darf Fernsehen.to be allowed to do sth.The child is allowed to watch TV.
    etw. entwickelnSie entwickeln ein neues Auto.to createThey are creating a new car.
    etw. erklärenDer Lehrer/ Die Lehrerin erklärt Mathematik.to explain sth.The teacher is explaining maths.
    etw. erzählenIch möchte dir eine Geschichte erzählen.to tell so. sth.I want to tell you a story.
    etw. essenIch werde heute abend Pizza essen.to eat (sth.)I am going to eat pizza tonight.
    etw. fahrenSie fährt das Auto.to drive (sth.)She drives the car.
    etw. fragenEr fragt eine Frage.to ask sth.He asks a question.
    jdn. füttern Sie füttert die Tiere.to feed so.She is feeding the animals.
    etw. habenSie haben drei Autos.to have sth.They have three cars.
    etw. haltenDer Sohn hält die Tüten.to hold sth.The son is holding the bags.
    etw. holen Die Mutter holt Brot im Laden.to get sth. The mother gets bread at the grocery store.
    etw. hörenSie hört Musik.to listen to sth.She is listening to music.
    etw. kaufenDer Vater geht ein Fernseher kaufen.to buyThe father is going to buy a TV.
    etw. lesenDie Klasse liest ein Buch. to read (sth.)The class is reading a book.
    etw. nehmenNimm die Flasche vom Tisch.to take sth.Take the bottle on the table.
    etw. öffnenSie öffnen das Geschäft.to openThey open the store.
    etw. packenSie sollte ihre Sachen packen.to pack (sth.)She should pack her things.
    etw. rechnenSie rechnen irgendetwas.to calculateThey are calculating something.
    etw. sagenEr sagt, dass du hübsch bist.to say sth.He says that you are beautiful.
    etw. sammelnEr sammelt Briefmarken.to collect sth.He is collecting stamps.
    etw. schenkenEr schenkt ein Geschenk.to make a giftHe is making a gift.
    etw. schickenSie schickt eine Postkarte.to send so./sth.She sent a postcard.
    etw. schließenSchließ die Tür!to close (sth.)Close the door!
    etw. schreibenSie schreibt einen Aufsatz.to write (sth.)She is writing an essay.
    etw. studierenSie studiert Wirtschaft.to studyThey are studying economics.
    etw. tragenDer Vater trägt die Tüten.to carry sth.The father is carrying the bags.
    etw. vergessenIch vergaß meine Hose.to forget sth.I forgot my pants.
    etw. waschen Ich wasche das Auto.to wash (sth.)I wash the car.
    etw. wollenIch will Eis.to want sth.I want ice-cream.
    etw. wünschenIch wünsche Frieden und Ruhe.to wish sth.I wish peace and quietness.
    etw./ jmd. brauchenWir brauchen Hilfe.to need sth.We need help.
    etw./ jmdm beißenDer Hund hat mich gebissen.to biteA dog has bitten me.
    etw./ jmdn anschauenWir schauen die Berge an.to look at sth.We are looking at the mountains.
    etw./ jmdn. findenSie fand ein Armband auf der Straße.to find sth.She found a bracelet on the street.
    fallenEr fällt vom Baum.to fallHe fell of the tree.
    fehlenSara fehlt heute. to be missing Sara is missing today.
    fliegen Vögel fliegen am Himmel.to flyBirds are flying in the sky.
    fotografierenEr fotografiert.to take photosHe is taking photos.
    führenDer Kapitän führt sein Team.to guideThe captain is guiding his team.
    gehenEr geht nach Hause.to goHe is going home.
    gewinnenSie gewinnt den Wettbewerb.to win (at sth.)She is winning at the contest.
    glaubenDie Familie glaubt an Gott.to believe in (sth.) The family is believing in God.
    hängenDas Gemälde hängt an der Wand.to hangThe painting is hanging on the wall.
    heißenDie Katze heißt Bounty.to be calledThe cat is called Bounty.
    jmdm. antwortenSie atwortet ihrem Freund.to answer (so.)She answers her boyfriend.
    jmdm. etw. gebenDie Tochter gibt das Geschenk der Mutter.to give (so. sth.)The daughter is giving her mother the present.
    jmdm. etw. zeigenIch zeige dir das Buch.to show so. sth.I show you the book.
    jmdm. gehörenDer Hund gehört dem Nachbar.to belong to so.The dog belongs to the neighbor.
    jmdm. helfenDer Lehrer/ Die Lehrerin hilft ihren Studenten.to help so.The teacher is helping the students.
    jmdn. anschreienSie schreien ihre Kinder an.to yell at so.They are yelling at their children.
    jmdn. erschreckenDer Bruder erschreckt seine Schwester.to terrify so.The bother is terrifying his sister.
    jmdn. kennenDie Familie kennt den Bürgermeister.to know so./sth. The family knows the mayor.
    jmdn./ etw. fangenDie Polizei fängt den Mann.to catch so./sth.The police is catching a man.
    jmdn./ etw. schlagenSie schlägt ihn im Laufen.to beat so./sth.She beats him at running.
    jmdn./ etw. suchenWir suchen nach unserer Schwester.to look for so./ sth.We are looking for our sister.
    jmdn. nennenIn seinem Buch nennt der Autor seine Mutter.to referThe author is referring his mother in his book.
    kletternDie Katze klettert auf den Baum.to climbThe cat is climbed in the tree.
    kochenEr liebt es zu kochen.to do the cookingHe loves to do the cooking.
    kommenWir werden heute abend nicht kommen.to comeWe won't come tonight.
    könnenSie können Deutsch sprechen.canThey can speak German.
    lassenDie Eltern lassen ihre Tochter zur Feier gehen. to letThe parents let their daughter go to the party.
    laufenSie läuft im Park. to walkShe is walking in a park.
    lebenEr lebt sein Leben.to liveHe is living his life.
    legen, stellenSie stellt den Tea auf den Tisch.to putShe puts the tea on the table.
    liegenDie Mutter liegt auf dem Sofa.to lieThe mother is lying on the couch.
    machen Der Manager macht ein ernstzunehmendes Angebot.to make sth.The manager is making a serious offer.
    mögenIch mag Essen.to like so./sth.I like food.
    müssenIch muss mein Zimmer sauber machen.to have toI have to clean my room.
    reden Sie reden mit ihren Eltern.to talkThey are talking with their parents.
    reitenSie reitet auf dem Pferd. to rideShe is riding a horse.
    rennenSie rennen im Park.to runThey are running in the park.
    rufenSie ruft um Hilfe.to shout for sth.She is shouting for help.
    scheinen Die Sonne scheint.to shineThe sun is shinning.
    schlafenDer Bär schläft.to sleepThe bear is sleeping.
    schwimmenSie schwimmen im See.to swimWe are swimming in the lake.
    sehen Ich sehe dich.to seeI see you.
    sich aufhaltenIch halte mich in Frankreich auf.to stay I stay in France.
    sich drehenEin Rad dreht sich.to turn sth.A wheel is turning.
    sich duschenDer Vater duscht sich.to take a shower The father is taking a shower.
    singenDer Chor singt.to singThe choir is singing.
    sitzenDie Studenten sitzen auf ihren Stühlen.to sitThe students are sitting on their chairs.
    sollenDu solltest vorbereitet sein.shouldYou should be prepared.
    spielenSie spielen im Garten. to playThey are playing in the garden.
    sprechenDu sprichst Englisch.to speakYou speak English.
    springenBist du so weit, um ins Wasser zu springen? to jumpAre you ready to jump in the water?
    stehenSie stehen auf.to standThey are standing up.
    steigenDer Profit stieg.to increaseThe profit increased.
    über etw. lachenSie lachen über den Witz.to laugh about sth.They are laughing about a joke.
    von etw. wissenSie weiß von der Geschichte. to be aware of sth.She is aware of the history.
    warten Wir warten auf den Bus.to wait for so./ sthWe are waiting for the bus.
    werdenIch werde Lehrer werden.to becomeI will become a teacher.
    wohnenSie wohnen in Spanien.to liveThey live in Spain.
    ziehenSie zieht ihr Kind.to pull sth.She is pulling her child.