These verbs are also called, 'weak verbs', they are verbs with no stem-vowel that changes with different tense. Infarct, they take -te endings in the simple past and -t endings for their past participles.
In the table below you will find important regular verbs in the German language and their translation. If you want to learn how to decline them in different tenses, have a look at the chapter about the German tenses and their conjugation of verbs.
In the following table, you can see the regular declination on the example of three verbs. The pattern is always the same.
|Person||Verb: leben, arbeiten, wohnen|
|ich||lebe, arbeite, wohne|
|du||lebst, arbeitest, wohnst|
|er, sie, es||lebt, arbeitet, wohnt|
|wir||leben, arbeiten, wohnen|
|ihr||lebt, arbeitet, wohnt|
|sie, Sie||leben, arbeiten, wohnen|
The conjugation of regular verbs is not difficult, but you have to learn the endings by heart.
Visit the next pages to see the specific conjugation of each verb!
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