Verbs are one of the large open classes of words
To learn German fluently you need to know about 2.000 verbs
Langbird contains that and even more
Verbs express actions, occurences or states of being
German verbs have many different forms
Verbs are often followed by nouns
Learn German verbs with effective exercises. You learn words from common situations and expand your vocabulary with other common verbs.
Effective German exercises let you practice thousands of German verbs in the infinitive. Practice complete conjugations and learn irregularities. You practice the principal parts of all German type verbs and learn how to conjugate all verbs of modern German.
Learn the German verbs you need to speak fluently. You practice the basic forms of verbs (the infinitive), their declensions and principal parts. All unique declensions in modern German are included in Langbird.
To learn a language really well, you must practice. Langbird contains the vocabulary and the structures that modern research shows you need to know to speak German fluently.
When you learn German, you need to know the conjugation of verbs.
The conjugation of a verb determines how the verb is inflected
German verbs change according to person, tense and mood
German verbs are weak, strong or irregular
Modal verbs have special conjugations
The perfect tense is formed with "haben" or "sein"
The Langbird vocabulary is divided into topics and levels. Topics correspond to everyday situations. Levels correspond to how common a certain word or phenomenon is in German. There are in total seventeen levels ranging from A1 to E. Every level contains sentences, grammar and about 500 unique word families. When you have managed between ten and sixteen levels, you start getting fluent in German.
A Langbird level consists of many chapters and each chapter in turn consists of many exercises. Chapters and exercises are short so you can complete them quickly. How fast you go depends on your own results. The pace is speeded up for topics you already master, and slows down oif you make mistakes and need more time.
Langbird is designed to be easy to use for absolute beginners as well as advanced university-level users. Practice with fast, simple exercises where you click on alternativa answers, or practice written and spoken German and write answers.
Follow your results in real-time with the results monitor. Skip chapters and levels and repeat chapters as you wish by clicking selecting chapters or levels on the Langbird playing field.
German verbs are one of the classes of words that you practice
The verbs in the exercises each have their own explanations
You need to learn many verbs, how they are deflected and how sentences are built up
You learn regularities, irregularities and see patterns
Practice fast and reach your own goals effectively
In grammar, tense is a category that expresses time reference
Basic tenses include the past, present, and future
German verbs have different past tense forms for actions which are completed, happened a long time ago or are connected to the present
German verbs change according to person
The first person is the speaker, the second person is the one spoken to and the third person are others
Mood allows speakers to express their attitude toward what they are saying
German has four moods, indicative, subjunctive, imperative and conditional
The indicative expresses fact, the imperative expresses commands
The subjunctive mood is common in German in certain expressions
The conditional expresses something that would happen under a certain condition
Practice modern German with examples from Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Master the German central vocabulary, the structure and grammar
Practice all kinds of German verbs, regular and irregular, and all their forms
”Langbird really helps learning to speak fluently!”