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Air in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

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Tips to remember:

1. Use a mnemonic: Think of “lofty” air high up in the sky and associate it with “Luft.”
2. Break it down: “Die” is the feminine article in German, and “Luf” sounds like “love.” Imagine loving the fresh air you take in, “die love-T air.”
3. Practice with a link: Visualize a big fan blowing air and label it “die Luft” in your mind.


“Die Luft” is the German noun for “the air,” with “die” being the feminine definite article used for feminine nouns in the nominative and accusative cases. “Luft” is a singular noun and the plural is typically not used since “air” is an uncountable noun.

Other synonyms and phrases:

1. “Der Sauerstoff” – the Oxygen (not an exact synonym but closely related when talking about breathable air)
2. “Das Gas” – the gas (in general, this can refer to different types of gases including air)

Alternate meanings and slang:

In German, “Luft” can also have slang or idiomatic meanings, such as:
– “Luft machen” – to clear out or to make room.
– “Keine Luft bekommen” – not being able to breathe or feeling ‘stifled.’
– “Luft holen” – to take a breath.
– “fΓΌr Luft sorgen” – to ensure ventilation.
– “Ich brauche Luft” – I need some fresh air (in a literal sense or when needing a break from a stressful situation).

Example sentences using “die Luft”:

1. “Die Luft heute ist besonders frisch.” – The air today is particularly fresh.
2. “Nach dem Gewitter war die Luft klar und rein.” – After the thunderstorm, the air was clear and pure.
3. “Wir sollten die Fenster ΓΆffnen und etwas Luft hereinlassen.” – We should open the windows and let some air in.
4. “Sie hat kaum Luft bekommen, nachdem sie die Treppen hochgerannt ist.” – She could barely breathe after running up the stairs.
5. “Ich muss kurz raus, um Luft zu schnappen.” – I need to go out to catch some air (or take a breath).

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