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Duae Linguae German: Top 1 to 100 Most Common German Verbs Fully Conjugated in All Tenses (Volume 1)

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    In this video you will get to know the most common used german regular verbs :-)
    kommen (to come)




    bekommen (to get/ receive)
    gehen (to go)




    machen (to make)
    lachen (to laugh)




    stehen (to stand)
    verstehen (to understand)
    sitzen (to sit)
    bleiben (to stay)




    fragen (to ask)
    antworten (to answer)




    holen (to get/fetch)
    bringen (to bring)




    hören (to hear)
    denken (to think)




    glauben (to think/ believe/ assume)
    hoffen (to hope)




    kaufen (to buy)
    warten (to wait)

  • In this video you will get to know the most common used german regular verbs :-)
    kommen (to come)




    bekommen (to get/ receive)
    gehen (to go)




    machen (to make)
    lachen (to laugh)




    stehen (to stand)
    verstehen (to understand)
    sitzen (to sit)
    bleiben (to stay)




    fragen (to ask)
    antworten (to answer)




    holen (to get/fetch)
    bringen (to bring)




    hören (to hear)
    denken (to think)




    glauben (to think/ believe/ assume)
    hoffen (to hope)




    kaufen (to buy)
    warten (to wait)

List of irregular (strong) German verbs

We have listed here 8 of the most common German verbs and how they are formed depending on who or what you are referring to. These verbs are sein (to be), haben (to have), gehen (to go), machen (to do, to make), kommen (to come), wollen (to want), können (to be able to, can) and sehen (to see). It’s important when learning German to get a good grasp of these verb as they are used on a very regular basis. Learn and enjoy the German language with ! 🙂