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Also, too in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “Also, too”

German sentence with “auch” English translation for auch S

Ich mag es auch nicht.

I don’t like it either.

Gehen Sie auch dort oft?

Do you also go there often?

Können sie es mir auch leihen?

Can you lend it to me also?

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To remember the German word “auch,” think of “ouch,” a word you might exclaim when you want to be included in something fun, but you’ve been left out – you’re saying, “Ouch, include me too!” This mental connection can help you remember that “auch” means “also” or “too,” as it conveys the idea of inclusion or addition.

“Auch” is an adverb used in German to express agreement or to add information similar to something already mentioned, just like “also” or “too” in English. It generally means that whatever is being talked about also applies to another subject, item, or situation.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Ebenfalls” which means “likewise” or “as well.”
– “Gleichermaßen” means “equally” or “in the same way.”
– “Zudem” which is used as “furthermore” or “in addition.”

Alternate meanings or slang:
In colloquial contexts, “auch” can be used for emphasis, much like “too” or “as well” can be in English. It doesn’t have a slang meaning per se, but its usage can certainly be more informal depending on the context.

Examples of sentences that use it:

1. Ich möchte auch ein Eis. – I would like an ice cream too.
2. Sie spricht Deutsch und auch Französisch. – She speaks German and French too.
3. Er kommt aus Berlin, und ich komme auch aus Berlin. – He is from Berlin, and I also come from Berlin.
4. Du hast recht, und ich denke auch so. – You are right, and I think the same way too.
5. Wir könnten ins Kino gehen, oder wir könnten auch einfach zuhause bleiben. – We could go to the cinema, or we could also just stay at home.

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