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You need to decide which verb carries the sentence’s central meaning and add the other verbs according to what you want to say. In your English sentence, the principle verb is to speak (German). You want to start to do this, and you have the entire sentence in future tense hence the will. This creates the following order: I will{1} begin{2} speaking{3} ...


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I would say Ich werde heute beginnen Deutsch zu sprechen. The "will [...] to" becomes "werde [...] zu" followed by the infinitive of what you're about to do (here talk/sprechen). Also the remaining start isn't conjugated. Update As @CarstenS mentioned the "to" belongs to "begin" and not to "will". The tense is simple future with will + infinitive. ...



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