Mustern pretäritum

The dictionaries are great, but the app is terrible.1. It looks bad.2. Flashcards are pretty limited (only 20 words at a time).3. No inflection for german. For example `brachtest`, 2nd person singular for `bringen` pretäritum is impossible to find.4. No conjugations for german verbs.5. The $60 you pay for a dictionary here does not mean you can use the desktop version too, and of course it doesn`t sync flash cards or anything. In summary, this is an app from the 90s. Darf ich auf dem Balkon grillen (May I have a barbecue on the balcony)? Hier darf man nicht rauchen (You are not allowed to smoke here).

This post is quite long (more than 3000 words to be precise). So you might want to download and print the list to work on it later. German past perfect (also called pluperfect) visually differs from the German present perfect only in the tense of the auxiliary verb. The meaning of German past-perfect tense is identical to English past-perfect tense. Compare these examples: Meine Mutter fliegt nicht gerne (My mother doesn’t like flying). Sie ist mit dem Flugzeug nach Deutschland geflogen (She flew to Germany by plane). 52. gehören (gehörte – hat gehört) – to belong to Er steht im Stau (He is stuck in traffic). Wir haben lange in der Schlange gestanden (We stood in line for a long time).

Extremely helpful, the most sticky knowledge so far in my german learning. Thank you. This is amazing! Finally I find a new method to learn German… I almost give it up. Thank You So Much… Ich verstehe die Frage nicht (I don’t understand the question). Hast du alles richtig verstanden (Did you understand everything correctly)? THE ANSWERS: Infinitive-Präteritum-Partizip II-keyword(s) beißen – biss – gebissen – Mimi & Kiwi fliegen – flog – geflogen – Otto & Oslo ziehen – zog – gezogen – Mongolia treten – trat – getreten – raven beginnen – begann – begonnen – Rambo & tango fangen – fing – gefangen – liana hängen – hing – gehangen – pirate tragen – trug – getragen – tuba fahren – fuhr – gefahren – Uganda kommen* – kam – gekommen – Marocco Das Handy liegt auf dem Tisch (The phone is on the table).

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