This lesson teaches you the present tense form of the verb Mussen (have to) in German. Think "must"... but leaning more towards "have to". Click the text-box below and press enter to continue.


Mussen (have to)

Mussen means "have to". "Du musst nicht" translates to "you don't have to", whereas "you have to not" or "you MUST not" is "du darfst nicht".


Mussen (have to)
Sie müssenyou (formal) have to
du musstyou (informal) have to
er musshe have to
sie mussshe have to
es mussit have to
wir müssenwe have to
ihr müsstyou (plural informal) have to
Sie müssenyou (plural formal) have to
sie müssenthey have to