Tun Conjugation in German

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What are the conjugations of the verb tun for the plural subject pronouns in the present tense?

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1. What are the correct present forms of the verb tun for the singular subject pronouns?

2. How would you say ''Would you (singular, informal) do me a favor'' in German?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

The conjugation of the German verb tun is the focal point for this combination of a quiz and worksheet. Questions ask you to choose the correct form of the verb for the given tense, person, and number, and you are also asked to translate from German to English, and vice versa.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Using the questions of this quiz gives you a chance to check your knowledge of sentences and content including those listed below:

  • Singular subject pronouns
  • 'Would you (singular informal) do me a favor'
  • Wir tun das gerne
  • Ich habe viel zu tun

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - understand how German gets translated into English
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can properly conjugate the verb tun in the necessary form
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about plural subject pronouns in the present tense

Additional Learning

To review more on the verb, click on the lesson titled Tun Conjugation in German. Using this lesson, you can find the following extra topics inside:

  • How to pronounce each conjugation
  • The wide usage of the verb tun
  • Examples of sentences using the verb
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