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The cheating verbs…. (modal verbs). Modal Verb Chart. Modal verbs conjugate all funny between the singular and the plural, but once we have the hang of that…How do they effect sentences? Let’s find out. A happy little verb….

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The cheating verbs

The cheating verbs…

(modal verbs)


Modal verb chart

Modal Verb Chart

Modal verbs conjugate all funny between the singular and the plural, but once we have the hang of that…How do they effect sentences? Let’s find out.


A happy little verb

A happy little verb…

  • Spielen was a happy little verb and wanted to find just the right pronoun to hang out with, spend time with and share hugs and cuddles.

Spielen


Picking the pronoun

Picking the pronoun

  • Spielen realized that there were many pronouns that he could ask out…

Spielen

Ich

Du

Er/sie/es

Wir

Ihr

Sie/sie


Picking the pronoun1

Picking the pronoun

  • Spielen also realized that the different pronouns were attracted to different verb endings…

Spielen

Ich-e

Du-st

Er/sie/es-t

Wir-en

Ihr-t

Sie/sie-en


Picking the pronoun2

Picking the pronoun

  • Spielen finally decided to ask out the pronoun y’all (ihr) so spielenivitedihr to a sentence.

Spielen

Ich-e

Du-st

Er/sie/es-t

Wir-en

Ihr-t

Sie/sie-en


Picking the pronoun3

Picking the pronoun

  • Spielen finally decided to ask out the pronoun y’all (ihr) so spielenivitedihr to a sentence.

Spielen

Ich-e

Du-st

Er/sie/es-t

Wir-en

Ihr-t

Sie/sie-en

Fussball

Am Freitag

nach der Schule


Picking the pronoun4

Picking the pronoun

  • In order to impress ‘ihr’ spielen put on his best ‘t’ suit (he knew ihr liked ‘t’ suits)

Spielen

Ihr-t

Fussball

Am Freitag

nach der Schule


Picking the pronoun5

Picking the pronoun

  • In order to impress ‘ihr’ spielen put on his best ‘t’ suit (he knew ihr liked ‘t’ suits)

Spielt

Ihr

Fussball

Am Freitag

nach der Schule


Going to the sentence

Going to the sentence

  • They met up and headed to the sentence.

Spielt

Ihr

Spielt

Ihr

Fussball

Am Freitag

nach der Schule


Going to the sentence1

Going to the sentence

  • Like most verbs spielen always liked to be second (except sometimes when asking a question) so they switched places.

Spielt

Ihr

Fussball

Am Freitag

nach der Schule


Picking a seat

Picking a seat

  • They then found some seats in the sentence…

Ihr

Spielt

Fussball

Am Freitag

nach der Schule


Picking a seat1

Picking a seat

  • …and everyone settled in and enjoyed the sentence.

Ihr

Spielt

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule


Uh oh

UH-OH

  • After a while…another verb showed up… a modal verb! And he was ALSO looking for a date!

dürfen

Ihr

Spielt

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule


Uh oh1

UH-OH

Now dürfen knew that pronouns liked some modal verbs with different or no endings…

Ich-- (no ending)

Du--st

Er/sie/es-- (no ending)

Wir--en

Ihr--t

Sie/sie--en

dürfen

Ihr

Spielt

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule


Uh oh2

UH-OH

…but the ending for ‘ihr’ was the same!

Ich--

Du--st

Er/sie/es--

Wir--en

Ihr--t

Sie/sie--en

dürfen

Ihr

Spielt

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule


Uh oh3

UH-OH

…so dürfenput on it’s nicest ‘t’ suit.

Ich--

Du--st

Er/sie/es--

Wir--en

Ihr--t

Sie/sie--en

dürfen

Ihr

Spielt

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule


Uh oh4

UH-OH

…so dürfenput on it’s nicest ‘t’ suit.

Ich--

Du--st

Er/sie/es--

Wir--en

Ihr--t

Sie/sie--en

dürft

Ihr

Spielt

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule


Uh oh5

UH-OH

…dürfenthen went down, pushed spielen out of the way…

dürft

Ihr

Spielt

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule


Uh oh6

UH-OH

…moved into his seat and started flirting with ihr

dürft

Ihr

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule

Spielt


Uh oh7

UH-OH

Ihr was enamored with the new verb and fell in love. Now since all pronouns are monogamous, so spielen was out of the picture. Spielen was really angry…

Ihr

dürft

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule

Spielt

t


Uh oh8

UH-OH

Spielen threw away his nice ‘t’ suit he had put on for ‘ihr’ and put his comfy ‘en’ back on.

Ihr

dürft

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule

Spielen

t


Uh oh9

UH-OH

Spielen then went as far away as he could from ihr, all the way to the end of the sentence.

Ihr

dürft

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule

Spielen


Uh oh10

UH-OH

And that is how modal verbs (cheating verbs) effect sentences…

Spielen

Ihr

dürft

Am Freitag

Fussball

nach der Schule


Das ende

Das Ende!

Am FreitagdürftihrFussballnach der Schulespielen.


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