German verbs (100 conjugated verbs) by Editorial Karibdis

How to conjugate 100 German verbs

German verbs (100 conjugated verbs)

Especially written for electronic devices, German verbs has an introduction to the formation of all verbal tenses in German, as well as 100 essential verbs fully conjugated with their meaning. This book allows the user to search in all the text because it has no images or vanishing or unreadable text.

Genre: FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / German

Secondary Genre: FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / General

Language: English

Keywords: german, german verbs, german grammar, strong verbs, weak verbs, german book

Word Count: 3000

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1. Introduction
  German language belongs to the Germanic languages like English, Danish and Swedish. The main features of the German language are:

mood: indicative, subjunctive, conditional, imperative
tense: present, past, future
person: first, second, third
number: singular, plural
voice: active, passive, reflexive
 


2. Classification of verbs
German verbs are divided into two groups, according to the formation of the past and the past participle:

Weak or regular verbs: the vowel of the root does not change
Strong or irregular verbs: the vowel of the root changes
 


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