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    Do all past participles (verbs ) that go with sein are irregular (ge- and end in -t) ? Are there any regular past participles (verbs ) that go with sein?
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    (Original post by drovosek)
    Do all past participles (verbs ) that go with sein are irregular (ge- and end in -t) ? Are there any regular past participles (verbs ) that go with sein?
    What you said is mostly correct, but:
    - A REGULAR verb starts with ge- and ends with -t
    - Sein is used mainly for movement
    - All regular verbs go with haben

    e.g. Ich bin in Sommer nach Berlin gefahren
    Ich habegestern Fussball gespielt
 
 
 

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