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Conjugation of German Verbs

backen – to bake

ich backe du backst er/sie/es backt wir backen ihr backt sie/Sie backen

befehlen – to command

ich befehle du befiehlst er/sie/es befiehlt wir befehlen ihr befehlt sie/Sie befehlen

beginnen – to begin

ich beginne du beginnst er/sie/es beginnt wir beginnen ihr beginnt sie/Sie beginnen

beißen – to bite

ich beiße du beißt er/sie/es beißt wir beißen ihr beißt sie/Sie beißen

bergen – to rescue

ich berge du birgst er/sie/es birgt wir bergen ihr bergt sie/Sie bergen

bersten – to burst into
(sw. V.)

ich berste du berstest er/sie/es berstet wir bersten ihr berstet sie/Sie bersten

bersten – to burst into
(st. V.)

ich berste du birst er/sie/es birst wir bersten ihr berstet sie/Sie bersten

betrügen – to deceive

ich betrüge du betrügst er/sie/es betrügt wir betrügen ihr betrügt sie/Sie betrügen

biegen – to bend/to turn into

ich biege du biegst er/sie/es biegt wir biegen ihr biegt sie/Sie biegen

bieten – to offer

ich biete du bietest er/sie/es bietet wir bieten ihr bietet sie/Sie bieten

binden – to tie

ich binde du bindest er/sie/es bindet wir binden ihr bindet sie/Sie binden

bitten – to ask for

ich bitte du bittest er/sie/es bittet wir bitten ihr bittet sie/Sie bitten

blasen – to blow

ich blase du bläst er/sie/es bläst wir blasen ihr blast sie/Sie blasen

bleiben – to remain

ich bleibe du bleibst er/sie/es bleibt wir bleiben ihr bleibt sie/Sie bleiben

braten – to fry

ich brate du brätst er/sie/es brät wir braten ihr bratet sie/Sie braten

brechen – to break

ich breche du brichst er/sie/es bricht wir brechen ihr brecht sie/Sie brechen

brennen – to burn

ich brenne
du…...

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