The Präsens (simple present) is the easiest one of all 6 verb tenses in German. We use it to talk about actions that happen in the present or are relevant … Continue reading Präsens
When meeting someone for the first time it is often interesting to get to know where the person is from or where he or she currently lives. So, how do … Continue reading Where are you from?
Humans are social beings and as such we often want to know how other people feel. Sometimes it’s just to be nice and to show empathy and sometimes it’s because … Continue reading “How are you?” in German
Congratulations! The fact that you are reading this article tells me that you already know the numbers from 1 – 20 in German, so good on you! Congrats! As you … Continue reading The numbers 21 – 100 in German
Let’s say you would like to introduce yourself to someone. Then it always comes in handy to know how to tell someone your name in his or her language. Luckily, … Continue reading How to say “My name is …” in German
Counting in German is not as difficult as you might think. You don’t believe us? Then check out the numbers 0-10 in German: Number German English 0 null zero 1 … Continue reading The Numbers 1 – 20 in German
Thank you is one of the most important words to know in any language. Think about it … How often do you find yourself thanking someone every day? This shows … Continue reading Thanking someone in German
Greetings and good bye’s are some of the most important basics of a language. That’s why today we would like to show you how to say ‘good-bye’ in German. Just … Continue reading How to say Good-Bye in German
Greeting someone is one of the most common and most essential parts of a language. In the following we would like to give you an overview of essential German greetings … Continue reading German Greetings
The verb ‘geben‘ (to give) is an irregular verb. It has two irregular forms: the second and third form singular. They are ‘du gibst’ and ‘er, sie, es gibt’.
The verb ‘sehen‘ (to see / to watch) is an irregular verb. It has two irregular forms: the second and the third person singular. They are ‘du siehst’ and ‘er, … Continue reading The verb ‘sehen’
The verb ‘mögen‘ (to like) is an irregular verb. It has three irregular forms: the singular forms. They are ‘ich mag’, ‘du magst’ and ‘er, sie, es mag’.