5.1 English Conjugations

   The conjugation of English verbs is quite simple
- in present tense there is only a change in third person singular
- else the forms remain unchanged, like the infinitive verb
   - only few irregular verbs in present tense
  - most irregularities in past tense and perfect participle

German conjugation is a bit more complicated. You have a real conjugation - meaning that the forms change depending on the subject (or personal pronoun) of the phrase. Then there are weak verbs and strong verbs, that have different conjugation and then there are irregular verbs. The weak ones don't change their stem, the strong ones change their stem and the irregulars have to be learned by heart. Well, let's get started.

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