German verbs work on very similar principles to English verbs.
They conjugate for all the different pronouns, but the way different tenses are expressed is very similar to English. Here’s a regular verb in the present tense
ich trinke - I drink
du trinkst - you drink
wir trinken - we drink
ihr trinkt - you (plural) drink
er/sie/es trinkt - he/she/it drinks
sie/Sie trinken - they/you (formal) drink
As we advance through a few sets of example sentences, you’ll learn some more about the different types of German verbs. Here are some of the simplest example sentences:
Er wohnt in Amerika
He lives in America
Ich gehe mit ihm.
I go with him.
Wir trinken Bier.
We drink beer.