The German Tenses

Welcome to Herr Antrim’s German Tenses index page, where you can learn about the various tenses and their usage in German. This page provides access to comprehensive explanations and examples of the various tenses, along with interactive exercises to help you practice and reinforce your understanding. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced learner, our German Tenses page offers a range of topics and levels to suit your needs, from basic present and past tenses to more advanced topics like the subjunctive and perfect tenses. With Herr Antrim’s resources, you’ll be able to understand and use German tenses more confidently and effectively, allowing you to express yourself more accurately and precisely in a range of situations. Start exploring these resources today and take your German language skills to the next level!

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Präsens (Present Tense)

Everything Present Tense Materials

Regular Present Tense Conjugation

“haben” in the Present Tense

“sein” in the Present Tense

Stem-Changing Verbs

Modal Verbs in Present Tense

Conjugation Practice with Songs by Clueso

Futur 1 (Future Tense)

Futur 1 Explained

Perfekt (Present Perfect Tense)

Everything Perfekt Tense Materials

Perfekt Tense Basics

Perfekt Irregular Verbs

When to Use “haben” and “sein” with Perfekt Tense

Was hast du am Wochenende gemacht? – Listening Comprehension Practice

Du hast eine echt coole Party verpasse? – Listening Comprehension Practice

3 Principal Parts of Irregular German Verbs (Infinitiv, Präteritum, Perfekt)

Plusquamperfekt (Pluperfect Tense)

Plusquamperfekt Explained

Präteritum (Simple Past) Tense

Everything Präteritum Tense Materials

Simple Past Overview

Simple Past with “haben” and “sein”

Regular Verbs with Präteritum

Irregular Verbs with Präteritum

Präteritum with Modal Verbs

Modal Verbs Song (Präsens & Präteritum)

Rainers erste Reise – Listening Comprehension Practice

Hans im Glück – Listening Comprehension Practice

Präteritum Practice with Rapunzel

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