German Verb Drills

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Get the expert instruction you want and the practice you need with the conjugation of German verbs—with bonus online interactive exercises

German Verb Drills helps you overcome the obstacles of German verbs, so that you can confidently use verbs when expressing yourself in German. This book explains how the German verb system works, while ...

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Overview

Get the expert instruction you want and the practice you need with the conjugation of German verbs—with bonus online interactive exercises

German Verb Drills helps you overcome the obstacles of German verbs, so that you can confidently use verbs when expressing yourself in German. This book explains how the German verb system works, while providing numerous exercises for you to master each point covered.

Features:

  • Clear explanations of conjugations followed by numerous exercises
  • Free online exercises available at mhprofessional.com

    to assess your skills once you have completed the book

Topics include: The Present Tense of Regular, Irregular, and Modal Verbs, Infin, sein, and werden, Present tense of irregular verbs, Verbs with separable prefixes in the present tense, Modal auxiliaries in the present tense, Imperative, Future Tense, and Present Perfect Tense, Imperative, Future tense, Present perfect tense of weak verbs, Haben or sein as the auxiliary verb in perfect tenses, Present perfect tense of strong verbs, Present perfect tense of mixed verbs, Present perfect tense with separable prefixes, Present perfect tense with inseparable prefixes and verbs stems ending in -ier, Present perfect tense with modal auxiliaries, The Past Tense, Use of past tense, Past tense of weak verbs, Past tense of strong verbs, Past tense of mixed verbs, Past tense of haben, sein, and werden, Past tense of modal auxiliaries, Perfect Tenses, Reflexive and Impersonal Verbs, Infinitive Constructions, and Passive Voice, Past perfect tense, Future perfect tense, Reflexive verbs, Impersonal verbs, Infinitive constructions, The passive voice, Formation of the subjunctive mood, Use of the subjunctive—expressing a wish, Subjunctive after als ob or als wenn, Conditional, Unreal conditions (subjunctive or conditional), Indirect discourse with the subjunctive and the indicative

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071744713
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/14/2010
  • Series: Drills Series
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 252,544
  • Product dimensions: 5.70 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Astrid Henschel is an experienced educator and author.

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Table of Contents

IntroductionPart 1 The Present Tense of Regular, Irregular, and Modal Verbs1. Infinitive2. Present tense of regular verbs3. Present tense of haben, sein, and werden4. Present tense of irregular verbs5. Verbs with separable prefixes in the present tense 6. Modal auxiliaries in the present tenseReview of part 1Part 2 Imperative, Future Tense, and Present Perfect Tense7. Imperative8. Future tense9. Present perfect tense of weak verbs10. Haben or sein as the auxiliary verb in perfect tenses11. Present perfect tense of strong verbs12. Present perfect tense of mixed verbs13. Present perfect tense with separable prefixes 14. Present perfect tense with inseparable prefixes and verbs stems ending in -ier15. Present perfect tense with modal auxiliariesReview of part Part 3 The Past Tense16. Use of past tense17. Past tense of weak verbs18. Past tense of strong verbs19. Past tense of mixed verbs20. Past tense of haben, sein, and werden21. Past tense of modal auxiliariesReview of part 3Part 4 Perfect Tenses, Reflexive and Impersonal Verbs, Infinitive Constructions, and Passive Voice22. Past perfect tense23. Future perfect tense24. Reflexive verbs25. Impersonal verbs26. Infinitive constructions27. The passive voiceReview of part 428. Formation of the subjunctive mood29. Use of the subjunctive—expressing a wish30. Subjunctive after als ob or als wenn31. Conditional32. Unreal conditions (subjunctive or conditional)33. Indirect discourse with the subjunctive and the indicativeReview of part 5Appendix: Final ReviewAnswer KeyIndex of Verbs

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