German verb conjugation

German is the national language of Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, spoken by 100 million native speakers in Central Europe.

Modern (High) German is a Germanic language, whose predecessor is called Middle High German.

The verb tables show the German as written after 1996 spelling reform.

Conjugate a German Verb

Fill in the infinitive. Don't use any capital letters!
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Some of the German characters don't exist in the English alphabet. If you can't input them here - try the following:

To Get Enter Sample Verbs
ä a: a:rgern equals ärgern
ö o: ho:ren equals hören
ü u: lu:gen equals lügen
ß sZ beisZen equals beißen

German Verb Conjugation -- "old spelling"

Conjugate here German verbs and get the output with the orthography before the 1996 spelling reform.
Fill in the infinitive. Don't use any capital letters!

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