Verbs, or doing words, express an action (e.g. gehen – to go), a process (e.g. schlafen – to sleep), or a state of being (sein – to be). German verbs have to be conjugated, which means they change their ending depending on who or what you are talking about, whether the verb refers to a singular or plural noun and what tense you are using.
Learn about modal verbs, reflexive verbs, seperable and inseparable verbs, transitive verbs as well as the passive, imperative and subjunctive moods in German grammar on Lingolia. Simply click on a link below for a detailed lesson and exercises to practise what you have learnt.