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Duolingo Accusative

Beginning (present-occurring) verb conjugations

Term Tr
die Milch the milk
ich trinke I am drinking
ihr trinkt you (plural) are drinking
wir/sie trinken we/they drink
du tinkst you drink
er/sie trinkt he/she drinks
der/ein Apfel the/a apple
sie/wir essen they/we are eating
er/sie isst he/she is eating
ihr esst you (plural) are eating
ich esse I am eating
die/eine Zeitung the/a newspaper
das/ein Buch the/a book
ich lese I am reading
du liest you are reading
er/sie liest he/she is reading
sie/wir lesen they/we are reading
ihr lest (?) you (plural) are reading
ich habe I have
du hast you have
er/sie hat he/she has
sie/wir haben they/we have
ihr habt you (plural) have
die B├╝cher the books
ein/einen a (2 forms)
den "the" to a direct object
Created by: olivialp