What is the past tense of gehen in German?
|ich ging||I went|
|du gingst||you went|
|er/sie/es ging||he/she/it went|
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People also ask, what is the past participle of gehen?
It is a compound tense, meaning you use an auxiliary verb plus a past participle to form this tense. Gehen is a verb of movement, so its auxiliary verb is sein (to be). Er ist zur Schule gegangen. (He went/has gone to school.)
Secondly, does Gegangen take haben or sein? Just like in Perfekt (present perfect) and Plusquamperfekt (past perfect), Futur II (future perfect) uses either "haben" or "sein", and in some cases can use both. There's no difference in the choice of the auxiliary verb between Futur II and the other two tenses.
Additionally, how do you do past tense in German?
All regular German verbs have a basic past participle form based on the third person singular form. The third person form of the verb spielen is (er) spielt. Add the ge- prefix to that and you get the past participle: gespielt. All regular verbs follow this same pattern: gesagt, gemacht,getanzt, etc.
Is gehen a strong verb?
Strong verbs are flexible and go with the time. Therefore "gehen" (to go) is a strong verb.