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Easily learn verb conjugations with Coniuno
Easily learn verb conjugations with Coniuno
Conjugate verbs with Coniuno
Conjugate verbs in German, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin
Conjugate verbs in German, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin
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  Coniuno, verb table German

  General Information
  Regular verbs
  Verb-irregularities
  Irregular verbs
  Appendix
German Verb Table, Chapter 3/5

Chapter 3: Verb irregularities


In the third chapter you’ll find exemption rules for conjugating German verbs. These rules are explained by example verbs. In addition to that the abbreviations are outlined, which the program Coniuno shows when conjugating German verbs.


 Rule Example verb Description
e1 4.redene-insertion for verbs, whose verb primitive ends on "d" or "t"
e2 5. atmen e-insertion for verbs, whose verb primitive ends on "m" or "n"
e3 6. geigen e-insertion for verbs, whose verb primitive ends on "ig"
e4 7. heißen e-insertion for verbs, whose verb primitive ends on "s", "ss", "ß" or "z"
f/t 8. greifen f/t-insertion for verbs, whose verb primitive ends on "f" or "t"
(ff, f) 9. schaffen Avoiding double consonants (ff, f), (ll, l), (mm, m) and (tt, t)
(ss, ck)10. essen Avoiding double consonants (ss, ß) and (ck, k)
(ß, ss) 11. reißen Replacing "ß" by "ss" for strong verbs, whose verb primitive ends on "ß"
(s) 12. reizen Removing the "s" in Singular II for verbs ending on "s", "ss", "ß" or "z"
ieren 13. navigieren Building the Partizip II without "ge" for ieren-verbs


also see:

Chapter 1: General Information
Chapter 2: The regular verbs
Chapter 3: verb-irregularities
Chapter 4: The irregular verbs
Chapter 5: Appendix



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