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Each, any, everyone in German 🇩🇪

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

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Tips to remember “jeder”: Associate “jeder” with the English word “yonder,” imagining that you’re pointing out every individual in a distant group, using “each” or “every” as “jeder” does in German. You can also think of it as “each deer” in a herd to recall the meaning of “each” or “every.”

Explanations: “Jeder” in German is a pronoun that means “each,” “every,” or “everyone.” It’s used to refer to all members of a group individually, but it also refers to an indefinite person in a general sense.

Other words with a similar meaning:
– “Alle” – means “all” or “everyone,” emphasizing the whole group.
– “Jede” (feminine), “jedes” (neuter) – are variants of “jeder” used according to the gender of the noun they refer to.

Alternate meanings/slang: “Jeder” is primarily used in its standard meaning and doesn’t typically have slang connotations.

Examples of sentences:
– “Jeder Schüler muss die Prüfung bestehen.” (Every student has to pass the exam.)
– “Jeder hat das Recht auf freie Meinungsäußerung.” (Everyone has the right to freedom of expression.)
– “Jeder von uns sollte dazu beitragen, die Umwelt zu schützen.” (Each of us should contribute to protecting the environment.)
– “In dieser Situation kann jeder Fehler schwerwiegende Folgen haben.” (In this situation, any mistake can have serious consequences.)
– “Jeder Tag bringt neue Herausforderungen.” (Every day brings new challenges.)

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