or conjugation Conjugation a method of bending verbs. Change their shape, mostly using terminals and auxiliary words used to express verbal grammatical categories such as person, number, tense, aspect, gender and the way you relate to an action or condition that describes a verb. According to an embodiment the conjugation verb divided into different classes (in Latin called conjugation) that are assigned patterns, according to which the verbs in the class time.
silhouetted verb forms simple (eg. Do, I do) and composite (eg. I did, I would do).
German total 6 times. The two are a simple user: present (presents) and last (Past tense of regular). Another four times are COMPOSITION, i.e. their set-up is necessary to use an auxiliary verb and semantic verb infinitive, or a past participle. The composite times has a future time (Futurum I) last composite (Perfect), past perfect (pluperfect) and future perfect (future tense II).