German Language Game: "haben"



Learn and practice the present tense of "haben" (to have), with this fun 3-minute interactive German Quick Language Game. The verb is regular.

Note: the 3rd person singular is the same for "he" "she" and "it": er hat, sie hat, es hat.

Note also: "they have" is "sie haben," and the formal "you have" is "Sie haben." They sound the same, but "Sie" (you, formal) is always capitalized. You'll know from the context of a conversation which one is meant.

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Posted 14:21PM on March 07 2016 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German