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Accompanied in German 🇩🇪

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accompanied begleitet
How to say “accompanied” in German? “Begleitet”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “begleitet” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on accompanied in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the German word ‘begleitet’:
– To remember the word ‘begleitet,’ you can break it down into smaller parts: ‘be-‘ is a prefix indicating something is happening together or at the same time, and ‘-gleitet’ comes from the verb ‘gleiten,’ which means ‘to glide’ or ‘to slide.’ So, ‘begleitet’ can be understood as something that glides/slides/goes along with something else.
– Associate ‘begleitet’ with the English word ‘accompanied,’ as they have similar meanings.

– ‘Begleitet’ is the past participle form of the German verb ‘begleiten,’ which means ‘to accompany’ or ‘to go along with’ someone or something.
– It is a regular verb in German, following the conjugation pattern of weak verbs.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– mitgehen: to go along with
– mitkommen: to come along

Alternate meanings and examples of slang:
– As a slang term, ‘begleitet’ can be used to describe someone who is always there for you or supports you through thick and thin. For example:
– “Meine beste Freundin begleitet mich seit Jahren.” (My best friend has been there for me for years.)

Examples of sentences using ‘begleitet’:
1. “Ich wurde von einem Freund zum Konzert begleitet.” (I was accompanied to the concert by a friend.)
2. “Der Reiseführer hat uns während der Stadtrundfahrt begleitet.” (The tour guide accompanied us during the city tour.)

– ‘Begleitet’ can also be used in passive voice constructions, as shown in the examples above.

Note: Remember to use the appropriate conjugation of ‘begleiten’ based on the subject and verb tense.

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