überlegen (to planto think)

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

  • Was überlegst du? What are you planning?
  • Ich überlege in Deutschland zu bleiben. I’m planning to stay in Germany.
  • Ich überlege am Wochenende zu Hause zu bleiben. I’m planning to stay at home at the weekend.
  • Wir überlegen, wohin wir am Wochenende gehen. We’re thinking about where to go at the weekend.
  • Wir überlegen, was wir am Samstag machen. We’re thinking about what to do on Saturday.
  • Hast du überlegt, was du am Samstag machst? Have you thought about what to do on Saturday?

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 “überlegen” with verbformen.de

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überlegen (to plan/to think)

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

  • Was überlegst du? What are you planning?
  • Ich überlege in Deutschland zu bleiben. I’m planning to stay in Germany.
  • Ich überlege am Wochenende zu Hause zu bleiben. I’m planning to stay at home at the weekend.
  • Wir überlegen, wohin wir am Wochenende gehen. We’re thinking about where to go at the weekend.
  • Wir überlegen, was wir am Samstag machen. We’re thinking about what to do on Saturday.
  • Hast du überlegt, was du am Samstag machst? Have you thought about what to do on Saturday?

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 “überlegen” with verbformen.de

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