20 of the 60 most essential or commonly used verbs in the Present tense and conjugated in 1st, 2nd and 3rd person singular and plural (pl.).
The verb when conjugated with 1st person plural (we, wir) and 3rd person plural (they, sie) are always the same.
The verb when conjugated with 3rd person singular (he she it) and the 2nd person plural (you) are usually the same, but be careful because a few times they do differ.
When addressing someone formally you use "Sie" for the 2nd person (you) singular and plural. Its accompanying verb is always in its infinitve form as is 1st and 3rd person plural is.
The verbs "denken" and "glauben" both mean "to think", however, glauben also means "to believe". You can sometimes use these verbs interchangeably when expressing uncertainty about something but only use "glauben" when expressing a strong belief or opinion in something.
Be careful with the verb "werden" and "bekommen". Both mean "to get" however werden is to get as in to become, and bekommen is to get as in to receive something. Also don't get "bekommen" and english "to become" confused because they look similar but in fact they are opposite of the correct meaning of "to get".