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Solution for the conjugation exercise Posted by on Oct 30, 2010 in Grammar, Language

So here are the correct conjugations for the given verbs in my last article. Compare and see if you were right:

Ich stehe – I stay
Du stehst – you stay
Er steht – he stays
Sie steht – she stays
Es steht – it stays
Wir stehen – we stay
Ihr steht – you stay
Sie stehen – they stay

Ich lesen – I read
Du liest – you read
Er liest – he reads
Sie liest – she reads
Es liest – it reads
Wir lesen – we read
Ihr lest – you read
Sie lesen – they read

Ich lebe – I live
Du lebst – you live
Er lebt – he lives
Sie lebt – she lives
Es lebt – it lives
Wir leben – we live
Ihr lebt – you live
Sie leben – they live

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Comments:

  1. peter:

    u made some mistakes bro

    stehe means stand not stay

    stay means bleibe

    Ich bleibe – I stay
    Du bleibst – you stay
    Er bleibt – he stays
    Sie bleibt – she stays
    Es bleibt – it stays
    Wir bleiben – we stay
    Ihr bleibt – you stay
    Sie bleiben – they stay

    and not ich lesen, without n:
    Ich lese – I read

    the rest is correct

  2. Meio-Ma:

    “Ich lesen”?

  3. Jupitar:

    Stehen= to stand
    Bleiben= to stay

    Don’t they? Although I suppose there is some relation between the two words.

  4. Corinna:

    As a native German speaker, I would say “Ich stehe” is translated to “I stand”, not “I stay”. That one would depend on the context.

  5. Steve K:

    Thanks, that was fun (and educational).

  6. Pius:

    Thank-you for helping me learn more of the German Language.

  7. Stefan:

    Actually, “I read” is “ich lese”, not “ich lesen”.

  8. jan:

    Thanks for your comments! When I wrote the article, I just thought about taking “stay” or “stand” as translation for “stehen”. So I asked dict.leo.org and it convinced me to take “stay”. I guess it depends on the case, but mostly “stand” would be better. Nevertheless, the main purpose was do conjugate the German verb “stehen”, so I hope the mistake doesn´t bother you too much! Thanks everybody…