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Different forms of kommen kommen volume_up volume_up  | come

Conjugation of German Verb "kommen"

gekommen Past Participle help
sein Auxiliary help
kommend Present Participle help

Present help

ichkomme volume_up volume_up
dukommst volume_up volume_up
erkommt volume_up volume_up
wirkommen volume_up volume_up
ihrkommt volume_up volume_up
siekommen volume_up volume_up

Simple Past

ichkam volume_up volume_up
dukamst volume_up volume_up
erkam volume_up volume_up
wirkamen volume_up volume_up
ihrkamt volume_up volume_up
siekamen volume_up volume_up

Commands

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komme(du)
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kommenwir
kommt(ihr)
kommenSie

Conditional

ichkäme volume_up volume_up
dukämest volume_up volume_up
erkäme volume_up volume_up
wirkämen volume_up volume_up
ihrkämet volume_up volume_up
siekämen volume_up volume_up

Attribution

ichkomme volume_up volume_up
dukommest volume_up volume_up
erkomme volume_up volume_up
wirkommen volume_up volume_up
ihrkommet volume_up volume_up
siekommen volume_up volume_up

Definitions of German Verb "kommen"

  1. to come; to arrive (intransitive)
    Er kam letzte Nacht sehr spät nach Hause.‎ ― He came home very late last night.
    Als ich nach Wuppertal kam, hatte es gerade geschneit‎ ― When I arrived in Wuppertal, it had just snowed.
  2. to come to; to come over (intransitive) (go somewhere so as to join someone else) (John 10:41)
    Bleib sitzen! Ich komme zu dir.‎ ― Keep your seat! I’m coming over to you.
    Und viele kamen zu ihm und sprachen...‎ ― And many resorted unto him and said... (John 10:41)
  3. to get; to make it (intransitive) (go somewhere in a way that implies an obstacle or difficulty to be overcome)
    Ich komme nicht über die Mauer.‎ ― I can’t get over this wall.
    Wenn er den Zug verpasst, kommt er heute nicht nach Nürnberg.‎ ― If he misses the train, he won’t make it to Nuremberg today.
  4. to go to; to be put in (intransitive) (go somewhere in a way that is predetermined or prearranged)
    Hartnäckige Sünder kommen in die Hölle.‎ ― Persistant sinners will go to hell.
    Die Gruppensieger kommen ins Halbfinale.‎ ― The group winners will go to the semifinals.
  5. to come on (intransitive)
    Ach komm, das wird so schlimm nicht werden.‎ ― Aw, come on, it won’t be so bad.
    Kommt, deckt schon mal den Tisch!‎ ― Come on, just set the table already.
  6. to occur; to happen; to come to be (intransitive, impersonal)
    Dann kam, was alle befürchtet hatten.‎ ― Then happened that which everybody had feared.
    Wie kommt es, dass...?‎ ― Why is it that ...? How come that...?
  7. to be played (intransitive) (of a song or film)
    Eben kam mein Lieblingslied.‎ ― They just played my favourite song.
  8. to orgasm; to cum (intransitive, personal or impersonal + dative)
    Ich komme gleich!‎ ― I’m about to cum!
    Mir kommt's gleich!‎ ― I’m about to cum!

About German Verb "kommen"

The German verb kommen is one of the most commonly used German verbs. According to our analysis of 100,000+ German news articles, kommen is the 10th most used verb. Our data on the German verb kommen 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.