h34 wrote:In and around Hamburg, gerne seems to be a little bit more common (and perhaps more informal) than bitte
vijayjohn wrote:My understanding is basically as follows: Most verbs take haben. Sein generally goes with verbs that have to do with motion.
vijayjohn wrote:The regular pattern for participles is to end in -t; -en is irregular. I think sein-verbs take -en participles for the most part, but I might be remembering wrong. The ones ending with -en usually have other irregularities, too.
księżycowy wrote:And, if I understand well enough, strong verbs are those that have (usually vowel) changes
(like schreiben -> geschrieben)
and weak verbs don't
(like hören -> gehört)
linguoboy wrote:but einnicken also with haben
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