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Gehen Conjugation: Past, Present, Perfect & Imperative Tenses

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Fill in the blank with the correct PRESENT tense form of gehen: Wohin _____ ihr? (Where are you all going?)

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1. Fill in the blanks to correctly use the PERFECT tense of gehen: _____ du schon in den Laden _____? (Did you already go to the shop?)

2. Fill in the blank with the correct SIMPLE PAST form of gehen: In 2009 _____ wir nach Schottland. (In 2009, we went to Scotland.)

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This combination quiz and worksheet tests your knowledge of the conjugation of gehen in German. Questions focus on the present tense form, as well as the du imperative form of the verb.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz contains questions on the subjects highlighted below:

  • Simple past form and present tense form
  • Using the du imperative form
  • Correct use of the perfect tense

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about the perfect tense
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can choose the imperative form of the verb
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about the present tense

Additional Learning

For some more practice, check out the lesson titled Gehen Conjugation: Past, Present, Perfect & Imperative Tenses. With this, you can explore the material listed below:

  • Pronunciation
  • Subject pronouns
  • Example conversations
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