the 10 things you need to know about german

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Tense is about time - past, present and future. Verbs have forms that tell us what time they are referring to: those forms are what we call tense. So the Present Tense means the verb is telling us what someone is doing or what they do regularly, what is happening or what happens regularly. The nice thing about German verbs is that they pretty much all have the same endings in the Present Tense, which makes things fairly straightforward. The resources  below will tell you all you need to know.

PRESENT TENSE

 WEAK (REGULAR) VERBS

 

  YouTube on left & PowerPoint below

 STRONG (IRREGULAR) VERBS

 

  YouTube on left & PowerPoint below

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