When to use the German Future Tense

With the holidays (die Weihnachtszeit) just around the bend many of us are busy making plans of what we’re going to do before the family arrives and what we’ll do once they get here. Talking about the future in English is very clear: either use “going to + infinitive” or “will + infinitive”.

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7 comments

  1. Großartiges Thema!!!!! Eine Kleinigkeit… sagt man in der Schweiz wirklich “wachen” im Alltagskontext? Ich würde da aufbleiben sagen 🙂

    1. Stimmt, wachen ist ein bisschen zu gehoben 😉

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