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The 50 Most Common German Verbs

antworten arbeiten beginnen
bekommen bestehen brauchen
bringen entsprechen entstehen
entwickeln erhalten erkennen
erreichen erzählen fahren
fallen folgen fragen
führen gehören gelten
halten kennen laufen,
leben legen lernen
lesen meinen nennen
reden schaffen scheinen
schreiben setzen sitzen
spielen sprechen stellen
suchen tragen treffen
trinken verlieren verstehen
versuchen wohnen zeigen

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