German Grammar

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machen "to do/ to make" (Perfect)

machen "to do/ to make" (Perfect) ich habe gemacht I made du hast gemacht you made er hat gemacht he made sie hat gemacht she made es hat gemacht it made wir haben gemacht we made ihr habt gemacht you made ...

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machen "to do/to make" (Present)

machen "to do/ to make" (Present) ich mache I do or make du machst you do or make er macht he does or makes sie macht she does or makes es macht it does or makes wir machen we do or make ihr macht you do or...

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gehen "to go" (Future)

gehen "to go" (Future) ich werde gehen I will go du wirst gehen you will go er wird gehen he will go sie wird gehen she will go es wird gehen it will go wir werden gehen we will go ihr werdet gehen you will go ...

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gehen "to go" (Perfect)

gehen "to go" (Perfect) ich bin gegangen I went du bist gegangen you went er ist gegangen he went sie ist gegangen she went es ist gegangen it went wir sind gegangen we went ihr seid gegangen you went sie s...

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gehen "to go" (Present)

gehen "to go" (Present) ich gehe I go du gehst you go er geht he goes sie geht she goes es geht it goes wir gehen we go ihr geht you go sie gehen they go

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haben "to have" (Future)

haben "to have" (Future) ich werde haben I will have du wirst haben you will have er wird haben he will have sie wird haben she will have es wird haben it will have wir werden haben we will have ihr werdet haben ...

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haben "to have" (Perfect)

haben "to have" (Perfect) ich habe gehabt I had du hast gehabt you had er hat gehabt he had sie hat gehabt she had es hat gehabt it had wir haben gehabt we had ihr habt gehabt you had sie haben...

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haben "to have" (Present)

haben "to have" (Present) ich habe I have du hast you have er hat he has sie hat she has es hat it has wir haben we have ihr habt you have sie haben they have

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sein "to be" (Future)

sein "to be" (Future) ich werde sein I will be du wirst sein you will be er wird sein he will be sie wird sein she will be es wird sein it will be wir werden sein we will be ihr werdet sein you will be sie w...

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sein "to be" (Perfect)

sein "to be" (Perfect) ich bin gewesen I was du bist gewesen you were er ist gewesen he was sie ist gewesen she was es ist gewesen it was wir sind gewesen we were ihr seid gewesen ...

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sein "to be" (Present)

sein "to be" (Present) ich bin I am du bist you are er ist he is sie ist she is es ist it is wir sind we are ihr seid you are sie sind they are

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Lesson 3.4 - another kind of ticket

OK, I can now speak relatively fluently when it comes to Fahrkarten... I know what Tagesfahrkarten are, and what Einzelfahrkarten are. I've been checking the transit website for where I'll be going - in which, fortunately, they call them tickets (of c...

8 replies - Last post by Judywan - February 19, 2007

idiomatic phrases

I've been studying German for about a year now, and like to try to read things in German to help saturate or immerse myself. But occasionally I come across phrases that resist translation without having the history behind them. What's the background f...

1 reply - Last post by richr - February 5, 2007

Quick question.

Hello. I've never known how to form sentences such as "*I want _you_* to do this", "*You need _me_ *to do that", etc. How is this done?

2 replies - Last post by (deleted) - December 8, 2006

Small problem...

Sorry for your time.... Why i can't see images on this resource? My Browser is: Opera. Thank you.

1 reply - Last post by (deleted) - October 7, 2006

I need help with my course.

Hi, I've been studying german for about 4 months and I've learned a lot of grammar and vocabulary but I can't seem to string 2 sentences together. Would rocket german help me on this? also, up to what level of study does this course go up to? beginner ...

4 replies - Last post by (deleted) - July 6, 2006

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