"To drive" in German - Verb Practice

The verb to drive is "fahren" in German. Fahren is a useful verb, particularly if you plan on traveling around Europe and/or Germany by car or campervan. In this lesson we show you the conjugations of the verb as well as some useful examples. So, let's get started!

Singular

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ich fahre
I drive
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du fährst
you drive (casual)
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er fährt
he drives
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sie fährt
she drives
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es fährt
it drives

Plural

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wir fahren
we drive
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ihr fahrt
you drive (casual)
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sie fahren
they drive
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Sie fahren
you drive (polite)

Zum Beispiel:

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Fährt sie dich in die Schule?
Does she drive you to school?
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Können Sie langsamer fahren?
Could you drive more slowly? (formal)
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Kannst du langsamer fahren?
Could you drive more slowly? ( casual)
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Wir fahren durch die Stadt.
We are driving through the city

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