Lesson 23: To Have

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Want to learn German or want to learn something quickly you can definitely use in Germany? Learn the verb to have!

Being able to conjugate the verb to have allows you to say many different things, like what you have whether that’s a bag, children or your marital status. It opens the door to many statements and is super useful.

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It’s also quite easy to learn.

Watch the video below to learn the verb Haben which is to have in English. Below the video, you’ll find a list of the vocabulary used so you can write it down and practise.

This video also covers the verb Sein which is to be in English. This is an important verb, and we covered it in lesson 17 here. This is a good chance to revise this verb which is maybe the most important verb you can learn.

You can do this!

Vocabulary taught in this lesson:

  • ich habe – I have
  • du hast- you have (singular)
  • er/sie/es hat – he/she/it has
  • wir haben – we have
  • ihr habt – you have (plural)
  • Sie haben – they have

Time to practise until you can say these words without thinking 🙂

Want to learn more German? Find the previous lesson here and the next lesson here. You can also find all our lessons here.

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Elsa Meyer

By Elsa Meyer

Elsa was born in Germany before moving to the US as a kid. She spent many summers exploring Germany and hanging out with her grandparents before moving back to Germany for university. Elsa has a degree in German history and language. She enjoys sharing her love of her native country with others who want to explore it too! She particularly loves exploring the Rhine Valley and the Black Forest.

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