By Henry Strutz

ISBN-10: 0764181130

ISBN-13: 9780764181139

The main customary 501 German verbs are prepared alphabetically in a desk structure, one verb in step with web page with English translation, and conjugated in all tenses and types. The book's extra positive factors comprise universal idioms with instance sentences to illustrate verb utilization and a grammar evaluate. This e-book features a bonus CD-ROM enclosed at no extra cost. The CD-ROM provides invaluable routines for college kids in German sentence of entirety, note finishing touch, observe matching, and conversational discussion, with solutions supplied for all exercises.

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Perf. ” ,,Gibt’s hier ein Internetcafé? “ “Is there a cybercafé here? ” 33 7_9393_GermanVerbs_1 8/28/07 2:45 PM Page 34 achten to pay attention; respect; heed PRINC. , achten! Sie! INDICATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE PRIMARY Present ich du er wir ihr sie achte achtest achtet achten achtet achten ich du er wir ihr sie Imperfect achtete achtetest achtete achteten achtetet achteten Perfect ich du er wir ihr sie habe geachtet hast geachtet hat geachtet haben geachtet habt geachtet haben geachtet ich du er wir ihr sie hatte geachtet hattest geachtet hatte geachtet hatten geachtet hattet geachtet hatten geachtet SECONDARY Present Time (Pres.

INDICATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE PRIMARY Present ich du er wir ihr sie hole ab holst ab holt ab holen ab holt ab holen ab ich du er wir ihr sie Imperfect holte ab holtest ab holte ab holten ab holtet ab holten ab Perfect ich du er wir ihr sie habe abgeholt hast abgeholt hat abgeholt haben abgeholt habt abgeholt haben abgeholt ich du er wir ihr sie hatte abgeholt hattest abgeholt hatte abgeholt haben abgeholt habt abgeholt haben abgeholt A SECONDARY Present Time (Pres. ) (Imperf. ) hole ab holest ab hole ab holen ab holet ab holen ab holte ab holtest ab holte ab holen ab holtet ab holten ab Past Time (Perf.

Hätte, müsste, and flöge are umlauted Subjunctive forms. An umlauted verb form is not a sure sign of the subjunctive. Küssen and träumen are regular, weak verbs and have an umlaut in all forms. A few strong verbs, such as fallen, halten, lassen, and laufen, umlaut the second and third person singular forms of the Present Indicative but have no umlauts in any other forms, Indicative or Subjunctive (see “Principal Parts of Some Strong Verbs, Group VI”, page 13). The Subjunctive Mood 25 7_9393_501German_FM1 8/28/07 3:31 PM Page 26 Indirect Discourse A special use of the subjunctive is for Indirect Discourse, speech not quoted directly but reported or summarized.

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