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Sie wäscht sich. Sie wäscht sich die Haare. I get (myself) dressed quickly. I put my shoes on quickly. She washes (herself). She washes her hair. © 1997 by Gary Smith Home | Grammar | Submenu Next | More... | Practice Regular verbs The regular verbs in the present tense follow the pattern: infinitive stem + personal ending Personal pronouns Singular Plural ich gehe wir gehen du gehst ihr geht er geht sie geht es geht sie gehen Singular & Plural Sie gehen © 1997 by Gary Smith Home | Grammar | Submenu Previous | Next Practice Practice Practice Practice Verbs with stem vowel change A number of verbs change their stem vowel in the du and er / sie / es forms of the present tense.

We give it to the man. © 1997 by Gary Smith Home | Grammar | Submenu Previous | Next Practice Time, manner and place expressions In sentences containing expressions relating to the time(T), manner(M), or place(P) of an action, these expressions generally appear in that order. Also, more general time expressions (GT) usually precede more specific ones(ST). Any of these expressions can be emphasized by placing it first in a sentence. Sie fährt heute(T) mit dem Bus(M) in die Stadt(P). Sie fährt morgen(GT) um zwei Uhr(ST) mit dem Zug(M) nach Frankfurt(P).

The subject may precede it, as in English, or 2. some other component which normally follows the verb may precede it, in which case the subject immediately follows the conjugated verb. 1) Das Wetter ist heute kalt. 2) Heute ist das Wetter kalt. The weather is cold today. Today the weather is cold. © 1997 by Gary Smith Home | Grammar | Submenu Previous | Next Practice | Practice Questions In questions which ask for a specific piece of information, the word order follows the pattern: Question word(QW) - verb(V) - subject(S) - predicate components(PC) Was(QW) machen(V) Sie(S) heute abend(PC)?

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