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Subjunctive I - form tenses

You use the Subjunctive I, if you Reflect the statements of others want. So he pushes the indirect speech out. The Subjunctive I can be in the present, future I, future II or perfect tense. To the Subjunctive I in the present tense to form, you hang on to one Stamm (from the 1st person plural (e) n cross out) the respective subjunctive ending.

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1st person plural present tense without (e) n (Present stem) + subjunctive ending = Subjunctive I

In this table you will find the endings:

Table of subjunctive endings

We will now explain to you how you form the other tenses of the subjunctive I:

Subjunctive I in future I and future II

The Subjunctive I in the future tense you form by using the Subjunctive I-form of "werden" using. To do this, look at the formation of the subjunctive I explained above. To between Future tense I and II to be able to distinguish, that will Main verb used once in the infinitive and once in the infinitive of the perfect:

Future tense I.

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become in the subjunctive I-form + infinitive = Subjunctive I in the future tense I.

Future tense II

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become in the subjunctive I-form + infinitive perfect = Subjunctive I in the future tense II

Examples: Subjunctive I in the future tense

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Future tense I: She says she'll go shopping.

Future II: You said he would have been to the cinema.

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Subjunctive I in the perfect

The Subjunctive I in the perfect you form by using the Put auxiliary verbs to have / sein in the subjunctive I. and the Full verb in the participle II using.

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have / be in the subjunctive I-form + past participle = Subjunctive I in the perfect

You form the past participle like this:

Formation of the participle II

Verbs ending inremain the same for all tenses and person forms, i.e. the weak verbs, you form the past participle like this:

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ge + Verb stem + (e) t (for weak verbs)

For verbs that change their tribe, so with strong verbs, you form the past participle like this:

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ge + Verb stem + en (with strong verbs)

There are exceptions if to that Verb a prefix belongs. A prefix is ​​a verb addition attached to the word. In some cases this is Verb addition can be separated from the verb, So the verb is often used without a prefix. In this case, you ask that Prefix before that ge.

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Separable prefix + ge + Verb stem + (e) t

Is this Do not separate prefix from verb (the verb cannot be used without a prefix), falls in the formation of the past participle thejust go away. The same applies to verbs, dieformed with kidneys be away.

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Inseparable prefix + verb stem + (e) t

Verb stem (with -ieren) + (e) t

Examples: Subjunctive I in the perfect tense

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Perfect: She said she went shopping.

Perfect: You say he went to the cinema.

Perfect: Max asked why Lena had lied.

You have now learned how to do it Subjunctive I in the Future tense I., Future tense II and in Perfect can form. We wish you every success in solving the tasks!

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