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"Partizip 1" and "Partizip 2" are relatively new names for what i learned in school as "Partizip Präsens" and "Partizip Perfekt". These names explain a lot more, i think. The Partizip Präsens describes an action currently taking place and acts quit similar to the english present progressive form: der laufende Bub the ...


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An adjective adds further description to a noun: "A dog" can refer to any dog. "A young dog" can not refer to any dog, but only to a specific subgroup of all dogs, only to a dog with a specific attribute. But you can not only add a description about what the noun is, but also about what the noun does or has done. "A barking dog" ...


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