träumen von (to dream of)

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

  • Ich träume manchmal von dir. I dream of you sometimes.
  • Wovon träumst du nachts? What are you dreaming of at night?
  • Ich träume manchmal von meiner Kindheit. Sometimes I dream of my childhood.
  • Gestern habe ich von meinem Vater geträumt. Yesterday I dreamed of my father.
  • Wovon hast du gestern geträumt? What did you dream of yesterday?
  • Ich habe von meiner Mutter geträumt. I dreamed of 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 “träumen” (verbformen.de)

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

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

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telefonieren (to have a phone call)

In this post, we’ll go through the German verb: telefonieren (to have a phone call)
(source: https://www.herrprofessor.com/en/podcast/)

  • Ich telefoniere jetzt. I’m having a phone call now.
  • Mit wem telefonierst du? With whom are you having a phone call?
  • Ich telefoniere mit meinem Boss. I’m having a phone call with my boss.
  • Ich telefoniere mit meiner Frau. I’m having a phone call with my wife.
  • Ich telefoniere jetzt mit ihm. I’m having a phone call with him.
  • Ich telefoniere heute mit ihr. I’ll have a phone call with her today.

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 “telefonieren” (verbformen.de)

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trinken (to drink)

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

  • Was möchtest du trinken? What would you like to drink?
  • Ich möchte einen Kaffee trinken. I would like to drink a coffee.
  • Möchtest du ein Bier trinken? Would you like to drink a beer?
  • Ich trinke normalerweise keinen Alkohol. I usually don’t drink alcohol.
  • Was hast du gestern getrunken? What have you drunk yesterday?
  • Ich habe noch nie Alkohol getrunken. I’ve never ever drunk alcohol.

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 “trinken” with verbformen.de

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tanzen (to dance)

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

  • Ich tanze sehr gerne. I like dancing a lot.
  • Möchtest du mit mir tanzen? Would you like to dance with me?
  • Ich möchte mit ihr tanzen. I would like to dance with her.
  • Ich habe gestern getanzt. I danced yesterday.
  • Als ich jung war, habe ich viel getanzt. When I was young, I danced a lot.
  • Als ich in Deutschland war, habe ich viel getanzt. When I was in Germany, I danced a lot.

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 “tanzen” with verbformen.de

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treffen (to meet)

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

  • Wen triffst du heute? Who are you going to meet today?
  • Ich treffe heute meinen Freund. I’ll meet my friend today.
  • Ich treffe ihn heute. I’ll meet him today.
  • Ich treffe einen Freund, der aus Deutschland kommt. I’ll meet a friend who comes from Germany.
  • I’ll meet a friend who comes from Germany. I’ll meet my sister who lives in Germany.
  • Letztes Wochenende habe ich meine Eltern getroffen. Last weekend I met my parents.

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 “treffen” with verbformen.de

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teilnehmen (to participate)

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

  • Ich nehme teil. I participate.
  • Ich nehme nicht an der Besprechung teil. I don’t participate in the meeting.
  • Nehmen Sie an der Weihnachtsfeier teil? Nehmen Sie an der Weihnachtsfeier teil?
  • Ich nehme nicht daran teil. I don’t participate in it.
  • Ich habe an der Besprechung teilgenommen. I participated in the meeting.
  • Ich habe daran teilgenommen. I participated in it.

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 “teilnehmen” with verbformen.de

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tun (to do)

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

  • Hast du heute viel zu tun? Do you to do a lot today?
  • Ich habe viel zu tun. I’ve a lot to do.
  • Ich habe viel zu Hause zu tun. I’ve a lot to do at home.
  • Ich habe den ganzen Tag viel zu tun. I’ve a lot to do the whole day.
  • Ich habe in den nächsten Wochen viel zu tun. I’ve a lot to do in the upcoming weeks.
  • Ich habe in den nächsten Monaten auf der Arbeit viel zu tun. I’ve a lot to do in the upcoming weeks at work.

In this next video Katja, Learn German – Deutsch für Euch, explains how to use this word. In addition to the meaning of the word itself, she also provides some very useful grammar notes:

Conjugate the verb “tun” with verbformen.de

Having memorized the verb “tun“, it is interesting now to understand the difference that there is with the verb “machen“.
In YouTube there are many videos that explain this difference, so I invite you to watch them by clicking on this link.

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