German Language Game: vorhaben

In this German Quick Language Game you practice the verb "vorhaben." 

Note that "haben" = to have; "vorhaben" = to plan, to have in mind. "Vorhaben" is a separable-prefix verb, as in the sentences: "Ich habe etwas vor." (I'm planning something.) "Hast du etwas vor?" (Are you planning something?)

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Posted 10:47AM on August 19 2014 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German | Tags: A game a day, German language game, German quick game, Learn german, Separable-prefix verb, Vorhaben