What is Warten auf in German?

What is Warten auf in German?


From To Via
• warten auf → wait forwaitawaitexpect ↔ attendre

What is the meaning of Warten?

Warten → expectation, wait, needs, wants.

How do you conjugate warten in German?

Verb forms in Imperative of warten

  1. – (1st PersonSingular)
  2. warte (du) (2nd PersonSingular)
  3. warten wir (1st PersonPlural)
  4. wartet ihr (2nd PersonPlural)
  5. warten sie (3rd PersonPlural)

What is the difference between Warten and Erwarten?

Erwarten is transitive, warten is intransitive. Isn’t it the same in English?

How do you use Erwarten?

Verb forms in Imperative of erwarten

  1. – (1st PersonSingular)
  2. erwarte (du) (2nd PersonSingular)
  3. erwarten wir (1st PersonPlural)
  4. erwartet ihr (2nd PersonPlural)
  5. erwarten sie (3rd PersonPlural)

Is warten a verb?

Participle of German verb warten.

How do you use auf in German?

Auf is always used when something is resting on something else that is horizontal and an is used when something is resting on something that is vertical: auf dem Tisch – on the table (horizontal) but an der Wand – on the wall (vertical).

How do you conjugate Sitzen?

Verb forms in Participle of sitzen

  1. ich säße (1st PersonSingular)
  2. du säß(es)t (2nd PersonSingular)
  3. er säßt (3rd PersonSingular)
  4. wir säßen (1st PersonPlural)
  5. ihr säß(e)t (2nd PersonPlural)
  6. sie säßen (3rd PersonPlural)

What auf means?

Means: on, on top of. Examples: Die Backerei ist auf der Hauptstraße. (The bakery is on the main street.) Die Frau ist auf der Bank.

Does auf take the dative?

So auf must be one of what is commonly called two-way preposition. In a nutshell it’s like this: Two-way prepositions can be followed by Dative OR Accusative. The case depends on what YOU want to express.

What is the difference between Sitzen and Setzen?

Could someone please explain to me the difference between these two verbs? Setzen is a causative derivation of sitzen, i.e. sitzen means to sit and setzen means to cause to sit, to make sit. The relationship is analogous to that of to lie and to lay where to lay means to cause to lie, to make lie.

Will you have sat?

‘sit’ is the model of its conjugation….Perfect tenses.

future perfect
he, she, it will have sat
we will have sat
you will have sat
they will have sat