verlassen (to leave)

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

  • Ich verlasse dich für immer. I’m leaving you for good.
  • Warum verlässt du mich? Why are you leaving me?
  • Wann hat er dich verlassen? When did he leave you?
  • Er hat mich letztes Jahr verlassen. He left me last year.
  • Sie hat ihn letztes Jahr verlassen. She left him last year.
  • Er hat sie nicht verlassen. He didn’t leave her.

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 “verlassen” (verbformen.de)

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

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

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verstehen (to understand)

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

  • Ich verstehe dich nicht. I don’t understand you.
  • Ich kann sie nicht verstehen. I can’t understand her.
  • Ich verstehe nicht, was er sagt. I don’t understand what he’s saying.
  • Verstehst du, was ich sage? Do you understand what I’m saying?
  • Hast du mich verstanden? Did you understand me?
  • Entschuldigung, aber ich habe dich nicht verstanden. Sorry, but I didn’t understand you.

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 “verstehen” with verbformen.de

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vorstellen (to introduce oneself)

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

  • Ich stelle mich vor. I introduce myself.
  • Sie stellt sich vor. She introduces herself.
  • Bitte stellen Sie sich vor. Please, introduce yourself Sir/Madam.
  • Können Sie sich kurz vorstellen? Can you introduce yourself briefly Sir/Madam?
  • Ich möchte mich kurz vorstellen. Ich möchte mich kurz vorstellen.
  • Möchten Sie sich kurz vorstellen? Would you Sir/Madam like to introduce yourself briefly?

In this next video Learn German, explains how to use this word. In addition to the meaning of the word itself, they also provides some very useful grammar notes:

Conjugate the verb “vorstellen” with verbformen.de

Note:vorstellen” is a reflexive verbs in Accusative, for this reason is needed to use the reflexive pronouns in Accusative: mich (for “ich”), dich (for “du”), sich (for “er/sie/es”), uns (for “we”), euch (for “ihr”) or sich (for “sie/Sie”)

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