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

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Tips to remember the German word “der Computer”:
1. The German word for computer is very similar to the English wordβ€”just pronounce it with a German accent: com-pu-ter.
2. Visualize a computer with a German flag or iconic German items like a beer stein or pretzel on the screen to create a mental association.
3. Remember that nouns in German are capitalized and “der” indicates that “Computer” is masculine.

– In German, nouns are always capitalized, which is why “Computer” starts with a capital ‘C’.
– “Der” is the definite article for masculine nouns in the nominative case.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Der Rechner (another word for computer, focuses more on the calculating aspect)
– Das Notebook (a laptop)
– Der Laptop (also a laptop, but borrowed from English)

Alternate meanings or slang:
– While “der Computer” does not have alternate slang meanings, it is used colloquially to refer to any kind of computer, whether it’s a desktop, a laptop, or even sometimes a powerful calculator (though less commonly).

Examples of sentences that use “der Computer”:
1. Mein neuer Computer ist sehr schnell. (My new computer is very fast.)
2. Kannst du mir helfen, den Computer zu reparieren? (Can you help me repair the computer?)
3. Der Computer hat einen Virus. (The computer has a virus.)
4. Ich habe gestern einen Laptop gekauft, weil mein alter Computer zu langsam war. (I bought a laptop yesterday because my old computer was too slow.)
5. Ich arbeite den ganzen Tag am Computer. (I work on the computer all day long.)

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