When your teacher/tutor/kindly but strict German mistress asks you to conjugate a verb in German, they are asking you to give the verb in its different forms for ‘ich’, ‘du’, ‘er, sie, es’ and so on. For example, if I conjugate ‘haben’ in the present tense:
er, sie, es hat
sie, Sie haben
-is the result. Just imagine me reciting that in a dull monotone in the back of a classroom stood behind one of those old-school lidded desks.
Sounds a bit boring, but it is super important, so I really encourage you to learn the conjugations for at least the most common irregular verbs you’ll be using:
You won’t regret it.