feiern (to celebrate)

In this post, we’ll go through the German verb: feiern (to celebrate)
(source: https://www.herrprofessor.com/en/podcast/)

  • Wo feierst du Silvester? Where are you going to celebrate New Year’s Eve?
  • Ich feiere Silvester zu Hause. I’m going to celebrate New Year’s Eve at home.
  • Feierst du Silvester mit deiner Familie? Are you going to celebrate New Year’s Eve with your family?
  • Wo hast du Weihnachten gefeiert? Where did you celebrate Christmas?
  • Ich habe Weihnachten mit der Familie gefeiert. I celebrated Christmas with my family.
  • Ich habe Weihnachten mit meiner Mutter gefeiert. I celebrated Christmas with my mother.

In this next video Manuel, Herr Professor, explains how to use this word. In addition to the meaning of the word itself, he also provides some very useful grammar notes:

Learning example sentences with the verb “feiern” (verbformen.de)

Learning example sentences with the verb “feiern” (tatoeba.org)

Conjugation of the verb “feiern” (verbformen.de)

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fordern (to request)

In this post, we’ll go through the German verb: fordern (to request)
(source: https://www.herrprofessor.com/en/podcast/)

  • Ich fordere mehr Pünktlichkeit. I demand more punctuality.
  • Ich fordere mehr Zusammenarbeit von Ihnen. I demand more collaboration from you.
  • Sie fordern zu viel von mir. You demand too much from me.
  • Er fordert zu viel von euch. He demands too much from you.
  • Ich fordere von Ihnen, dass Sie immer pünktlich sind. I demand from you to be always punctual.
  • Ich fordere von dir, dass du morgen pünktlich bist. I demand from you to be punctual tomorrow.

In this next video Manuel, Herr Professor, explains how to use this word. In addition to the meaning of the word itself, he also provides some very useful grammar notes:

Conjugate the verb “fordern” with verbformen.de

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funktionieren (to work/function)

In this post, we’ll go through the German verb: funktionieren (to work/function)
(source: https://www.herrprofessor.com/en/podcast/)

  • Wie funktioniert das? How does this work?
  • Wie funktioniert der Drucker? How does the printer work?
  • Der Drucker funktioniert heute nicht. The printer doesn’t work today.
  • Heute funktioniert der Drucker nicht. Today the printer doesn’t work.
  • Hat der Drucker gestern noch funktioniert? Did the printer still work yesterday?
  • Gestern hat der Drucker noch funktioniert. Yesterday, the printer was still working.

In this next video Manuel, Herr Professor, explains how to use this word. In addition to the meaning of the word itself, he also provides some very useful grammar notes:

Conjugate the verb “funktionieren” with verbformen.de

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fallen (to fall)

In this post, we’ll go through the German verb: fallen (to fall)
(source: https://www.herrprofessor.com/en/podcast/)

  • Vorsicht, du fällst gleich. Be careful, you’ll fall.
  • Du fällst gleich auf den Boden fallen. You’ll fall to the ground.
  • Ich bin gefallen. I fell.
  • Wir sind auf den Boden gefallen. We fell to the ground.
  • Die Benzinpreise sind wieder gefallen. Die Benzinpreise sind wieder gefallen.
  • Am Montag sind die Benzinpreise gefallen. On Monday the gasoline prices have fallen.

In this next video Manuel, Herr Professor, explains how to use this word. In addition to the meaning of the word itself, he also provides some very useful grammar notes:

Conjugate the verb “fallen” with verbformen.de

Other meanings of “fallen“:

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frieren (to freeze)

In this post, we’ll go through the German verb: frieren (to freeze)
(source: https://www.herrprofessor.com/en/podcast/)

  • Warum frierst du? Why are you freezing?
  • Friert deine Frau? Is your wife freezing?
  • Ich friere, denn es ist sehr kalt hier. I’m freezing because it’s very cold here.
  • Die Autoscheiben sind gefroren. The car windows are frozen.
  • Meine Hände frieren, denn wir sind im Auto. My hands are freezing because we are in the car.
  • Meine Füße frieren, denn das Bett ist kalt. My feet are freezing because the bed is cold.

In this next video Manuel, Herr Professor, explains how to use this word. In addition to the meaning of the word itself, he also provides some very useful grammar notes:

Conjugate the verb “frieren” with verbformen.de

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fernsehen (to watch TV)

In this post, we’ll go through the German verb: fernsehen (to watch TV)
(source: https://www.herrprofessor.com/en/podcast/)

  • Sehen deine Kinder zu Hause fern? Do your children watch TV at home?
  • Ja, sie sehen zu Hause fern. Yes, they watch TV at home.
  • Wenn ich zu Hause bin, sehe ich fern. When I’m at home, I watch TV.
  • Wenn meine Kinder zu Hause sind, sehen sie fern. When my children are at home, they watch TV.
  • Ich habe gestern ferngesehen. I watched TV yesterday.
  • Sie haben gestern 2 Stunden ferngesehen. They watched TV for 2 hours yesterday.

In this next video Manuel, Herr Professor, explains how to use this word. In addition to the meaning of the word itself, he also provides some very useful grammar notes:

Conjugate the verb “fernsehen” with verbformen.de

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