Conjugation of irregular verbs
This exercise is intended to cement your knowledge of German irregular verbs in the present tense. Recall that irregular verbs are verbs that cannot be conjugated simply by changing the ending, as with regular verbs.
For example, the German verb "fahren" (drive) is irregular because the entire word changes to accommodate the context of the sentence. "Ich fahre" (I drive) becomes "du fährst" (you drive) and "er/est fährt" (he/she drives). Instead of simply changing the ending like you would with regular verbs, you must change the entire word. It is essential to practice conjugating irregular verbs so that you do not accidentally treat them as regular verbs.