Coniuno differentiates between two regular verb groups.
These are the verbs ending on "EN" and the verbs ending on "ELN" or "ERN".
In case of "EN" verbs, Coniuno furthermore differentiates between weak and strong verbs.
Weak verbs are verbs that are built regularly. Strong verbs are verbs that are built irregularly in the Indikativ Präteritum, Konjunktiv II (Präteritum) as well as Partizip II.
In addition to the strong verbs "real" irregular verb conjugations exist for both, weak and strong verbs.
Coniuno stores strong verbs in a list that can be extended by you (also see: Appendix strong verbs).
Auxiliary verbs are used in the German language to conjugate verbs.
For that purpose the auxiliary verbs "haben", "sein" and "werden" are used.
The auxiliary verbs "haben" and "sein" are used for building the following composed tenses:
The auxiliary verb "werden" is used for building the following tenses:
Coniuno knows the following auxiliary verbs:
Modal verbs are used in the German language to express / describe a wish or a possibility of an action or an event (example: I can swim).
Coniuno knows the following modal verbs:
Coniuno supports the following German tenses:
The Konjunktiv I comprises of the Konjunktiv-tenses "Präsens", "Perfekt", "Futur I" as well as "Futur II".
The Konjunktiv II comprises of the Konjunktiv-tenses "Präteritum" as well as "Plusquamperfekt"
German verb table, overview