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Infinitive - zu - to

 

The infinitive is the basic form of all verbs and ends in "-en" e.g. gehen - to go, machen - to make, sehen - to see. It is never conjungated. It is the form that can be found in dictionaries.
When there are twi verbs, they can be connected with "zu" - to or without.

with "zu" - to:

Er versucht zu gehen. - He tries to go.

without "zu" - to:

Er must gehen. - He must go.
Er geht spazieren.- He goes for a walk.
When you use "to" with the infinitive, it is called an infinitive sentence.

Infinitive without "zu" see:

modal verbs
two verbs without "zu"
formation of the future: Ich werde gehen - I will go
formation of the conjunctive: Ich würde gehen - I would go

Infinitive with and without "zu"

verbs without "zu"
infinitive sentence with "zu"
infinitive sentence and "that" sentence
verbs with infinitive
adjectives with infinitive
noun-verb-combinations with infinitive

 

 

 

 

 

 

Irregular verbs:

German - Irregular Verbs: List: a - b

German - Irregular Verbs: List: c - f

German - Irregular Verbs: List: k - m

German - Irregular Verbs: List: n - r

German - Irregular Verbs: List: s - sch

German - Irregular Verbs: List: se - st

German - Irregular Verbs: List: t - v

German - Irregular Verbs: List: w - z

 

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