#29 Learn German: How to conjugate regular verbs (such as "gehen")

by: Exhoschi

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hello everybody this is a quick tutorial how to conjugate given the German verb before we start we just write down the English forms that we already know as you see in English it's quite easy there are no endings at the verb only for he/she/it you have the es and the ending so as always I go you go Vigo they go but he/she it goes now in German language it's more complicated so first we note down the personal poem on the personal pronouns and in German we have is e us do he is a she z it s you in plural is ear we is vir and they is Z pay attention here this is a source of an error Z and Z is written the same but he has singular and female and he has plural and it can be male or female or male and female so this is just the meaning of plural if you point to a group alright and now we have Guillen and the nice thing is that gear stays the same so we can always write gear and then we have to put an ending which corresponds to the personal pronoun so if gear and then the ending is eh-eh-eh-eh for do we say do guest to guest a here to guest and for those singular forms it's always the same like years goes and here it's air gate z gate as gate and now for plural we have ear gate so you talk to a group you point to them they listen to you and yet you say your gait can also be a question yeah get do your go already yeah get Shawn and can also put this as a question do get Shawn do you go already just give you some examples alright let's continue via is plural and proven is via G hen in German we have mostly for plural the en I mean also for substantives for example the bottle for this substantive in English we put an S to say those are a lot of bottles in German we don't say bottle we say flasher and the article is D so we say D flasher and instead of an S if we talked about several we put an N flash n all right that was just an extra information so in this also plural via Gehan and now approval for Z for a group Z given the same here in all cases this is the same conjugation via and Z via laughin z laughin via ZN z ZN via twinken z twinken alright so you see gihan is a so-called regular verb in german and regulators vamp he actually have the world regal inside ringin is a german word in english it's translated into rule so this verb is regularly which means it follows the rules so we have verbs with the ending en and they always follow this conjugation so if you take another verb for example to drink which is trinken trinken we just go here and don't say here now we say e drinker so we take this part without the en and use it everywhere instead of gear from again so a Twinkie do things SES trained ear print via drink n Z drink n so take your own word like laughin springin zinging tan sin and put it in this rule put it into the slots here and put the ending there and then you can speak quite perfect German in present time because for the past tense we have different forms so this is just for present for example now I am drinking a beer which translates to each drinker ein bier all right there was a quick introduction into the regular verbs I really hope you enjoyed it and if you like this style of teaching subscribe and comment this video thank

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Here you learn in 6 min how to conjugate regular verbs in German language ("Reguläre Verben"). We also look to personal pronouns quickly ("Personalpronomen"). A German course for foreigners that can speak English / beginner level. Or just let's say "Deutsch für Ausländer". I am a native German speaker, enjoy =) Have fun, learn a language and enjoy life! Video-Release 2013-07-25 You can copy, share, edit the video as you like. No copyright. But please don't sell it.
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