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Example senteces of German verb “gehen”(to go)

Three forms of Gehen (to go)

Gehen-Ging-Gegangen

Examples

Present tense

Ich gehe nach Berlin (I am going to Berlin)

Ich gehe nach Haus. (I like reading)

Du gehst Morgen. (You are going tomorrow)

Peter geht zur Schule .(Peter goes to the school)

Monika geht ins Kino. (Monika is going to the movie)

Wir gehen arbeiten. (We are going to work)

Past and Perfect Tense

Ich bin gegangen. (I went)

Er ist gegangen. (He went)

Wir sind ins Kino gegangen. (We went to movies)

Wir sind nach London gegangen. (We went to London)

Wir alle sind zur Party gegangen. (We all went to the Party)

Future Tense

Ich werde nächste Woche nach Berlin gehen.

(I will go to Berlin next week)

Wir werden nach Paris gehen. (We will go to Paris)

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