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Top German verbs Posted on Decem by TheGermanProfessor — 56 Comments ↓ This verb list comes from Randall Jones & Erwin Tschirner’s A Frequency Dictionary of :// Although this is a non-scientific listing of word frequency (Worthäufigkeit), the 21 verbs listed here (there was a tie for 11th place) are among the most commonly used in daily spoken and written (email, letters) are ranked by approximate frequency, from most used to least. But by any measure, the verbs below are among the most useful in German, and it is a good idea to know all GERMAN GCSE A LEVEL VERBS REVISION: high-frequency German verbs reference book, alphabetical German-English - we use this as a year-round reference resource, and my students find it particularly useful for exam revision, whether working in class time or at home.. I actually use these kinds of reference books throughout my German programmes, not only as we approach exam time - they’re The most commonly used German verbs are arranged alphabetically in a table format, one verb per page with English translation, and conjugated in all tenses and forms. This updated version includes an explanation of the spelling reform, providing examples of the differences between the two ://