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I understand that both of them mean "run" or "to run".

However, I see laufe, laufen, lauft, etc. used much more often than renne and its other conjugations.

  • Is there a time and place to use one over the other?
  • Is one more preferred than the other?

marked as duplicate by Henning Kockerbeck, Björn Friedrich, Shegit Brahm, Janka, Arsak May 13 at 13:58

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    This question has already been answered over here :) Therefore, this question is what we call a duplicate of that other one, and it will probably be closed. – Henning Kockerbeck May 13 at 13:06
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    Ja, das beantwortet meine Frage. Vielen dank! – Sean Perkins May 13 at 13:11