500 most important German verbs 201 - 225

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to smile
You started smiling more.
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Du fingst an, mehr zu lächeln.

to prepare
auch: to get ready
You'd better prepare for the worst.
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auch: sich fertig machen/ zubereiten
Bereite dich besser auf das Schlimmste vor.

to object
also: to be against
I object to your decision.
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dagegen sein
auch: protestieren
Ich bin gegen deine Entscheidung.

to dress
How should I dress in cold weather?
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sich anziehen
Wie soll ich mich beim kalten Wetter anziehen?

to be wrong
I think you may be wrong.
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sich irren
Ich denke, dass du dich irren kannst.

to defend
We should defend human rights.
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Wir sollen die Menschenrechte verteidigen.

to shout
also: to yell
They got scared and began shouting.
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Sie sind erschrocken und haben zu schreien angefangen.

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Have you mastered all top 500 German Verbs yet? You never know, these verbs could help you save the world. Verbs are very important to learn in every language. If you have mastered this list of German verbs, then perhaps you should visit the German words page. There are many different categories and nearly 800 words for you to learn. If you wish to learn German, remember to set aside at least 30 minutes per day and 3 times per week or more to learning German. The verbs sein (to be) and haben (to have) are the two most common German verbs used and therefore you must memorize their forms. Sein and haben are the infinitive forms of the German verbs. Unlike many other foreign languages, German requires very little memorization when it comes to conjugating regular verbs. Once you’ve mastered the regular verbs in the present tense, you can begin learning irregular verbs and moving on to the past and future tenses. Conjugated verbs are Verbs which have been changed to communicate one or more of the following: person, number, gender, tense, aspect, mood, or voice. The best way to start learning German verb conjugation is to begin with regular verbs in the present tense. Fortunately for English speakers, German verb conjugation is not as complicated as it appears at first glance and 90% of German verbs are regular and can be conjugated using one of four possible endings. This is a short list of 200-225 German verbs out of Top 500 German verbs useful for the beginner.

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