Conjugate the German verb: schreiben (to write)

Conjugate the German verb schreiben (to write)
Conjugate the German verb schreiben (to write)

In this post, we’ll go through the German verb: schreiben (to write).
Let’s start with the main conjugated forms for the German verb schreiben

Present Tense – PräsensCompound Past Tense (Present Perfect) –  PerfektSimple Past Tense – Imperfekt
ich schreibeich habe geschriebenich schrieb
du schreibstdu hast geschriebendu schriebst
er/sie/es schreibter/sie/es hat geschriebener/sie/es schrieb
wir schreibenwir haben geschriebenwir schrieben
ihr schreibtihr habt geschriebenihr schriebt
Sie/sie schreibenSie/sie haben geschriebenSie/sie schrieben
For all other conjugations, click on this link

The verb schreiben (to write) is a German irregular verb holds several cases, depending on the prepositions with which it is used: (sich+A, sich+D, dat., acc., in+A, an+A, an+D, auf+A, wegen+G, für+A, über+A, von+D)

Now, thanks to simple sentences, we try to better understand the meaning of the German verb schreiben and to memorize it.

  • Ich schreibe eine E-Mail. I’m writing an email.
  • Ich schreibe ihr einen Brief. I’m writing her a letter.
  • Ich habe einen Brief geschrieben. I wrote a letter.
  • Wann hast du ihnen die E-Mail geschrieben? When did you write them the email?
  • Ich habe dir gestern eine E-Mail geschrieben. I wrote you an email yesterday.
  • Ich habe die E-Mail um 10 Uhr geschrieben. I wrote the email at 10 o’clock.

In the following video, you can listen to and learn the pronunciation of the verb schreiben in its various conjugations:

Source: Youtube Chnnel “Useful German with Chris”

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