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Come(formal) in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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come(formal) kommen Sie
How to say “come(formal)” in German? “Kommen Sie”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “kommen Sie” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on come(formal) in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the German word “kommen Sie”:
– The word “kommen Sie” is the formal way of saying “come” in German.
– To remember it, you can associate it with the English word “come” and remember that “kommen Sie” is the formal version.

– “Kommen Sie” is the imperative form of the verb “kommen” (to come) combined with the formal pronoun “Sie” (you).
– It is used to respectfully ask someone to come or to give a command in a formal context.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Kommen” (informal)
– “Komm” (informal, singular)

– Present tense:
– Ich komme (I come)
– Du kommst (you come)
– Er/sie/es kommt (he/she/it comes)
– Wir kommen (we come)
– Ihr kommt (you come)
– Sie kommen (they/you come)

– Past tense:
– Ich kam (I came)
– Du kamst (you came)
– Er/sie/es kam (he/she/it came)
– Wir kamen (we came)
– Ihr kamt (you came)
– Sie kamen (they/you came)

– Future tense:
– Ich werde kommen (I will come)
– Du wirst kommen (you will come)
– Er/sie/es wird kommen (he/she/it will come)
– Wir werden kommen (we will come)
– Ihr werdet kommen (you will come)
– Sie werden kommen (they/you will come)

Examples of sentences:
1. Kommen Sie bitte in mein BΓΌro. (Please come to my office.)
2. Kommen wir gemeinsam zum Abendessen? (Shall we come together for dinner?)
3. Wir sind gekommen, um Ihnen zu helfen. (We have come to help you.)
4. Wann kommst du zurΓΌck? (When are you coming back?)

Note: “kommen Sie” is the formal version used when addressing someone respectfully, such as in official or professional settings. In informal situations or when talking to friends or family members, the word “kommen” or “komm” would be more appropriate.

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