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Conjugation of German Verb "beginnen"

begonnen Past Participle help
haben Auxiliary help
beginnend Present Participle help

Present help

ichbeginne volume_up volume_up
dubeginnst volume_up volume_up
erbeginnt volume_up volume_up
wirbeginnen volume_up volume_up
ihrbeginnt volume_up volume_up
siebeginnen volume_up volume_up

Simple Past

ichbegann volume_up volume_up
dubegannst volume_up volume_up
erbegann volume_up volume_up
wirbegannen volume_up volume_up
ihrbegannt volume_up volume_up
siebegannen volume_up volume_up

Commands

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beginne(du)
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beginnenwir
beginnt(ihr)
beginnenSie

Conditional

ichbegänne volume_up volume_up
dubegännest volume_up volume_up
erbegänne volume_up volume_up
wirbegännen volume_up volume_up
ihrbegännet volume_up volume_up
siebegännen volume_up volume_up

Attribution

ichbeginne volume_up volume_up
dubeginnest volume_up volume_up
erbeginne volume_up volume_up
wirbeginnen volume_up volume_up
ihrbeginnet volume_up volume_up
siebeginnen volume_up volume_up

Definitions of German Verb "beginnen"

  1. to begin; to commence; to be started (intransitive)
    Der Vortrag hat begonnen. — “The lecture has begun.”
  2. to start something; to begin something (chiefly literary, transitive or with mit)
    Er hat den Vortrag begonnen. — “He has started the lecture.”
    Er hat mit dem Vortrag begonnen. — “He has started the lecture.”

About German Verb "beginnen"

The German verb beginnen is one of the most commonly used German verbs. According to our analysis of 100,000+ German news articles, beginnen is the 47th most used verb. Our data on the German verb beginnen comes from Wiktionary and is verified through secondary sources like Duden. The different colors in our verb conjugation chart represent certain morphological transformations. These verb cojugations are derived algorithmically.