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“sagen” is the German verb for “to say”. To conjugate it, we first need the stem, so we can add the endings.CorrectIncorrect
The stem is usually the verb minus the -en at the end.
Well done. Now you can add the endings and conjugate “sagen” (to say).
And now let’s conjugate the German word for to live – leben.
First, you have to find the stem (which is easy) and then you have to add the endings (which is also easy) :)
And one last one time with the verb “lernen” (to learn) – this time, with an extra challenge so you don’t get bored.
And now let’s use make a sentence. What’s the following in German:
“Emanuel lives in Berlin.“CorrectIncorrect
And last but not least a little dialogue. What’s the proper translation for the following:
“What are you doing?” (German uses machen)
“I’m learning German.”
“Why do you learn German?”
“Because I love the language”
You’ll see a few weird things about word order but just focus on the verb endings for now.CorrectIncorrect