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Better in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “Better”

German sentence with “besser” English translation for besser S

Wäre es vielleicht besser, dorthin zu gehen?

Would it maybe be better to go there?

Ich hoffe dass sie fühlen sich besser

I hope that you get better

Sein Akzent ist jeden Tag besser.

His accent is better every day

Es ist besser, deine Eltern anzurufen.

It’s better to call your parents.

Mein mag ich besser.

I like mine more.

Es wäre besser, wenn wir ihn mehr besuchen.

It would be better if we visit him more.

Es ist besser, dass du es der Frau geben.

It’s better that you give it to the woman.

Wir hätten es besser gemacht.

We would have done it better.

Es ist besser, wenn wir sie morgen besuchen.

It is better if we visit them tomorrow.

Denkst du nicht, dass er es besser machen würde, wenn er versuchte mehr?

Don’t you think he would do it better if he tried harder?

Ich denke, dass du es besser gemacht hättest.

I think you would have done it better.

Es ist besser, dass du es ihm vorher die Hochzeit sagst.

It’s better that you tell him before the wedding.

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You will do besser if you change the t’s in better to s.

9 months ago

besser info.

Tips to remember the German word “besser”:
– Associate “besser” with its English cognate “better”. Both have a similar sequence of consonants: “b-t-r”.
– Think of the phrase “Best is better” and drop the “st” from “best” to help remember “besser”.
– Use the word in a mnemonic sentence like “Be a better singer with ‘besser’.”

– “Besser” is the comparative form of “gut” (‘good’) in German. It is used to describe something as being of higher quality, more suitable, or more favorable than something else.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “überlegen” can be an equivalent to “besser” when you want to express superiority in skills or abilities. E.g., “Sein Plan ist überlegen” (“His plan is better”).
– “vorteilhafter” is more like “more advantageous” and can be used in contexts where something brings more benefits. E.g., “Dieses Angebot ist vorteilhafter” (“This offer is better”).

Alternate meanings, like slang:
– “Besser” is not commonly used as slang, and its meaning stays relatively constant in different contexts.

Examples of sentences that use “besser”:
– “Dieses Restaurant ist besser als das andere.” (“This restaurant is better than the other one.”)
– “Ich fühle mich heute besser als gestern.” (“I feel better today than yesterday.”)
– “Mit mehr Übung wirst du besser Klavier spielen können.” (“With more practice, you will be able to play the piano better.”)
– “Er spricht besser Deutsch als ich.” (“He speaks German better than I do.”)
– “Wir sollten das besser morgen besprechen.” (“We should better discuss this tomorrow.”)

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