The verbs sein and haben in the konjunktiv ii
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The verbs sein and haben in the Konjunktiv II
Reminder: The Konjunktiv II (subjunctive II) is used to express things like imagined wishes and conditions, as well as politeness, advice or suggestions.
Sigi wäre so gern am Strand.
Sigi would really like to be at the beach.
This is how the verbs sein (to be) and haben (to have) are conjugated in the subjunctive II:
Wenn wir ein Auto hätten, wären wir viel spontaner.
If we had a car we would be much more spontaneous.
Wenn ich ein Tier wäre, wäre ich eine Katze.
If I were an animal I would be a cat.
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