Imperativ - Imperative Deutsch für Anfänger Imperative...

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Unformatted text preview: Imperative Deutsch für Anfänger Imperative The Imperative is the same as the Command form. Steh auf! Ve rgi nic ß ht Hören Sie gut zu! Marsch! Halt! The imperative form is only used with the 2nd person (singular and plural): du, Sie, ihr and with the 1st person plural: Wir When the imperative is used with the 2nd person plural wir, it is like a suggestion meaning “Let’s ~” Gehen wir tanzen! Gehen wir tanzen! Let’s go dancing! Trinken wir auf eurem Wohl! Let’s drink to your health! Hören wir gut zu. Let’s listen closely. Du­ imperative and the stem Du vowel change verbs geben du gibst Gib uns unser Brot. Du­ imperative and the stem Du vowel change verbs Nehmen du nimmst Nimm doch ein Bißchen Käse. Du­ imperative and the stem Du vowel change verbs Essen du ißt Iß doch etwas! The ‘ihr-form’ imperative looks just like the conjugated verb form, but the pronoun is not mentioned. Kinder, nehmt ein Stuck Kuchen, esst schnell und geht dann ins Bett! The verb sein is irregular. Here are sein the imperative forms: the Sei brav, mein kleines Kind! Seien Sie geduldig, Herr Professor! Seid ruhig, Kinder! ...
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course FL 102 taught by Professor Sedaçelik during the Spring '11 term at Istanbul Universitesi.

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