Identify And Explain The Difference Between Sein And Habsen

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Das Haus wird jeden Tag gereinigt. The house is cleaned everyday. Das Haus zum Reinigen von ihrem Alltag. The house is cleaned by her everyday. The Verbs Sein and Haben Sein (to be) and haben (haben) are the most common verbs in German. Both sein and haben are irregular verbs and memorizing their forms will help you significantly in your study of the German langauge. Sein (to be) The verb sein has very irregular forms like its English counterpart. Here is the conjugation of sein in the present indicative tense: ich bin I am du bist You are er/sie/es ist he/she/it is wir sind we are ihr seid you are sie/Sie sind they are Haben (to have) Here is the conjugation of the verb haben in the present tense: ich habe I have du du hast You have er/sie/es…show more content…
Adverbs are unchanging words and they can be found in different parts of a sentence. Types of Adverbs Modal Adverbs A modal adverb tells how or how much. Er ist wirklich empörend. He is truly outrageous. Der junge isst kaum noch Gemüse. The boy hardly eats vegetables. different anders apparently anscheinend otherwise ansonsten completely anz also auch in addition außerdem extremely äußerst nearly beinahe famously bekanntlich surely bestimmt likewise ebenfalls as well ebenfalls firstly erstens eventually eventuell almost fast as follows folgendermaßen exactly like

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