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Proceed to Basket. View basket. Continue shopping. It could just as well have meant to drink until the thirst is gone or to drink until you have a hiccup. But I digress. So… playing around with be and verbs is a tricky thing to do, and it is almost impossible for adjectives. So… I guess that was a whole load to digest but I hope that it has helped a bit clearing up the big be. Grammatically, it often turns something, be it an abject or a place or a person that would be c onnected using a preposition for the basic verb into a direct object.

So it can switch the focus on objects if you will…. If you can think of some cool be-words, go right ahead and post them as a comment….

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I will collect all the verbs, put them in a list and then eventually upload a pdf right here for you to download. And lastly, if you have any questions or suggestions, of course you can leave me a comment to… go ahead — becomment me ; I hope you liked it and see you next time.

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You are in love with this thing you have been doing and as being a guy interested in languages i highly appreciate it. Sehr hilfreich! Man kann bestimmt sehen dass es dich ziemlich viel Zeit gekostet hast um sowas zu schreiben! Oh da ist leider etwas schief gegangen mit der Aufmachung! So habe ich das nicht eingegeben. It used probably existed really far back in time but little is known for fact abut this word.

Anyway… be is definitely a prefix for those verbs too… at least to me… because there is no ge- for the past and also it just totally feels like a be-prefix verb based on sounds and rhythm. As for begegnen, this actually comes from the preposition gegen. It used to be begegenen and then one e was dropped…. Perhaps, beginnen originated as begingen, or to inflict having went on something.

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To me, the meaning makes abstract sense as to begin something could be thought of as making go, where go is understood as existing. Inflict going into existence onto something. Might be a good way to remember the word, if nothing else. Emmanuel Du bist unglaublich toll bei diesem Blog! So so sehr erleuchtend ist es, dieses zu lesen. Cool, great to hear that :. And thanks for reblogging. This stuff definitely is geeky but it was also fascinating for me to think about this and find out how all these bestellens and bekommens kind of have a common ground.

Reblogged this on Conjugating thought and commented: A ridiculously helpful blog post on prefixes which I read and was enthralled by! I have one be-verb for your list: beachten. Nice one… both beachten and just achten come from a noun die Acht …. And then, when in combination with auf, achten is also to pay attention. Unlike beachten it can have a longer range in time. Best explanation ever! Added to favourites. I am going to come back and read it through again and again :D. This is brilliant, all of it.

Be-Iphoned… hahaha… yeah, that is totally how the German one works. Thank you so much for this explanation! I hardly know any German, so apologies if this is a stupid question, but does this apply to nouns with be-prefixes as well? Those nouns are usually just based on the verb… especially with endings like -ung, keit, heit, nis and so on. Wow, that was awesome!


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  6. I am just taking a seat. For instance for the metro. Kann man z. Kann man eine Idee be nutzen? Ein Fach- bzw. Eine Sprache? Oder zumindest klingt es mit einem besser. Das klingt ein bisschen so, als ob ich das Papier auf dem der Plan steht, benutze, um was zu machen. Would u mind to explain betreffen, to inflict treffen on smth, meaning when speaking of , or when we come across it, when meeting smth? Das betrifft mich nicht. Das Problem betreffend muss ich sagen,dass… With regards to the problem I have to say that…. Thanks, and a fantastic blog!!! Yeah, you totally got it right. For all who want to go over the exercises of the German Summer Bootcamp again, you can find them under the "Work Out" section.

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    The blog for all who want to learn German…. Skip to content. Search for:. Hello everyone, and welcome to our German Word of the Day, or more precisely welcome to our very very first episode of German Prefixes Explained.