Here are the "hussen" conjugation tables in German. If you would like to learn more about the use of verbs and tenses in German, you can consult our lessons. To search for the conjugation of another verb in German, you can click here.
The indicative tenses are the most frequently used conjugation tenses in German. They make it possible to evoke a real fact or an action without deviating from reality.
The imperative and the participle are important grammatical moods in the German conjugation. They are widely used, so we invite you to refer to our lessons on German participle and the imperative in German to know their uses in detail.
The imperative in German is used to give orders, demand something from someone or simply ask someone to do something. This grammatical mood is often used in German. The present participle (Partizip I) and the past participle (Partizip II) are used instead of conjugated verbs or adjectives. Participle II is used to form compound tenses as well as the passive form in German.
The main use of the subjunctive I in German is the indirect speech, these tenses are less used in the German language. You can consult the lesson dedicated to the use of the subjunctive I in German.
The subjunctive II is mainly used to express the unreal in German. These conjugation tenses are not used very often.
This creates a gap between speech and reality. The subjunctive II is used to express a hypothesis, a wish or a sentence with a conditional turn. This conjugation tense is also used to form conventional polite expressions in German. You can consult the lesson dedicated to the use of the subjunctive II in German.