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- Covers conjugations for the present, simple past, past perfect, present perfect, future, and subjunctive tenses of the 277 most commonly-used verbs in German
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German Verbs contains over 2,200 flashcards across 8 decks organized as follows:
- Present Tense
- Simple Past Tense
- Present Perfect Tense
- Past Perfect Tense
- Future Tense
- Future Perfect Tense
- Subjunctive I
- Subjunctive II
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Present Tense [Sample]
Quickly learn to conjugate the most useful German verbs in the present tense. The present tense in German is used to talk about ongoing actions and conditions, habitual actions, and fixed events in the future. Ex: "Ich spreche drei Sprachen" (I speak three languages)
Simple Past Tense [Sample]
Flashcards to improve your mastery of the simple past tense conjugations of the most useful German verbs. The simple past is most commonly used in narratives and reports to describe an event or condition in the past. Ex: "Gestern regnete es" (Yesterday it rained)
Present Perfect Tense [Sample]
Become proficient in using the present perfect tense by drilling yourself on the conjugations of the most important verbs in German. The present perfect is the tense most commonly used to talk about past events in spoken German. Ex: "Ich habe schon gegessen" (I already ate)
Past Perfect Tense [Sample]
Study the past perfect tense of the most important verbs in German and master their conjugations. The past perfect tense is used to describe an action that took place before a certain point of time in the past. Ex: "Ich hatte den Bericht vor der Besprechung gelesen" (I had read the report before the meeting)
Future Tense [Sample]
Train yourself to conjugate the most useful German verbs in the future tense. The future is used to express an intention, assumption, or hope for the future. Ex: "Morgen werde ich einen Schneemann bauen" (Tomorrow, I will build a snowman)
Future Perfect Tense [Sample]
Learn to conjugate the most useful German verbs in the future perfect tense. The future perfect expresses an assumption about or hope for something that will happen at a certain point of time in the future. Ex: "Nächste Woche werde ich umgezogen sein" (Next week, I will have moved)
Subjunctive I [Sample]
Drill yourself to internalize the subjunctive I conjugations of the most useful German verbs. The subjunctive I is used in (stylistically elevated) indirect speech in German. Ex: "Er sagt ich sei schön" (He says I am beautiful)
Subjunctive II [Sample]
Use these flashcards to master the subjunctive II conjugations of the most useful German verbs. The subjunctive II in German is used in indirect speech, to express unreal hopes, dreams, and statements, or in formal or careful inquiries and statements. Ex: "Ich wünschte ich wäre reich" (I wish I were rich)