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Week 14 of German Notes

by: William Bartek

Week 14 of German Notes German 1100

William Bartek
German I
John Jolly

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This is week 14 of notes in German 1100 covering the past tense and location
German I
John Jolly
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by William Bartek on Saturday December 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to German 1100 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by John Jolly in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see German I in German at University of Missouri - Columbia.


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Date Created: 12/05/15
Deutsch 1100 Week 14 of Notes Describing Location 0 There are two types of location verbs in German static and motion verbs 0 Static verbs indicate where something is located 0 hangen to be hanging o liegen to be lying o sitzen to be sitting o stecken to be placed where it can t be seen 0 stehen to be standing 0 These verbs work when prompted with the interrogative pronoun wo 0 Motion verbs indicate where someone or something is being placed 0 hangen to hang o legen to lay o setzen to set 0 stecken to put where it can t be seen 0 stellen to stand 0 These verbs are used when prompted by the interrogative pronoun wohin The Past Tense 0 German has two distinct tenses to describe the past Perfekt and Imperfekt o The Imperfekt or simple Tense is primarily used in writing unless using haben or sein ich war hatte du wa rst hattest er sie es war hatte wir wa ren hatten ihr wart hattet sieSie wa ren hatten ich d u rfte konnte There are also simple past tense forms of modal verbs mochte musste sollte wollte du durftest konntest mochtest musstest solltest wolltest er sie es durfte konnte mochte musste sollte wollte wir durften konnten mochten mussten sollten wollten ihr durftet konntet mochtet musstet solltet wolltet sieSie durften konnten mochten mussten sollten wollten


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