German: To Be or Not To Be
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Neatz on March 25, 2010
German verbs have different forms depending on who or what the subject is.
In English, the conjugated forms of "to be" are "am", "are" & "is" dependent upon who or what the sentace is about. This is the same in German.
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|ich bin||i am|
|du bist||you are (singular/informal|
|er ist||he is|
|sie ist||she is|
|es ist||it is|
|wir sind||we are|
|ihr seid||you are (plural/informal)|
|Sie sind||you are (singular/plural/formal)|
|sie sind||they are|