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lieben
to love
Cross closed or open hands and press to heart.
glauben
to think or believe
Index finger faces forehead and makes circle.
gestern
yesterday
Touch right side of chin with thumb of "y" hand and describe semicircle up and back toward the ear. May use "A" hand.
sehen
to see
Place "V" before face, fingerstips near eyes and move hand forward.
gehen
to go
Index fingers move forward as they rotate around each other.
schön
beautiful
Place right "and" hand (fingers together) before chin, palm facing you. Open fingers and circle hand before the face from right to left ending in the original position.
sein (bin, bist, ist, sind, seid, sind)
to be
Place tip of index finger at mouth and move forward, keeping it upright.
sich freuen
to be glad
Open hands pat chest several times with slight upward motion.
können (kann, kannst, kann, können, könnt, können)
to be able, to know (a language or how to do something)
Place both hands in "S", palms in, move them downward in firm manner.
tun (tue, tust, tut, tun, tut, tun)
to do
Place "C" hands before you, palms down. Move both hands to the right and left several times.
wissen (weiss, weisst, weiss, wissen, wisst, wissen)
to know (a fact)
Pat forehead.
schuld
be guilty, be responsible for, be to blame for
Place right "A" with thumb pointing up on back of left closed hand. (When thumb is directed outward, it's your fault. When thumb is directed inward, it's my fault.)
Innocence = blame + not
nicht
not
Cross open hands before you, palms down, and draw them apart.
du (dich, dir)
you
Point index finger out. (For plural, point index finger out and move from left to right.
mich, mir
me
Point right index finger at yourself.