German Language Game - 2 Verb Pairs



Our German Quick Language Game today takes the two verb pairs "suchen/versuchen" and "gehen/vergehen". The inseparable prefix "ver" modifies the meanings of both words quite a bit.

You'll learn and practice them alone and construct basic sentences with them - by playing a fun 3-minute German word game.

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Posted 09:29AM on September 02 2014 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German | Tags: Gehen-vergehen, German online language game, German quick game, Suchen-versuchen