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Far in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

German Sentences with the Word “Far”

German sentence with “weit” English translation for weit S

Ich lebe weit weg von hier und ich mag es nicht.

I live far from here and I don’t like it

Ihre HΓ€user sind sehr weit

Their houses are very far

Hoffentlich lebte mein Freund nicht so weit.

I wish my friend didn’t live so far.

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Tips to remember the German word “weit”:
– Create an association with the English word “wide,” as “weit” sounds like “wide” and can help you remember it deals with spatial dimensions, just as something that is “wide” has a broad extension.
– Use the phrase “Weit and wide,” where the similar sounds of “weit” and “wide” serve as a mnemonic.
– Imagine a “weightlifter” stretching his arms “weit” (far) apart while lifting weights to remember the meaning.

– “Weit” is an adjective in German which translates to “far” or “distant” in English. It refers to a considerable distance from a point of reference.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Fern” is another German word that also means “far.” However, “fern” is more often used to describe something that is really distant or remote, effectively far-far away.
– “Entfernt” is similar and means “removed” or “distant.”

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In colloquial German, “weit” can be used metaphorically. For example, saying “Du bist weit weg” can mean “You are far away” in terms of being mentally distant or daydreaming, not just physically distant.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– “Das Restaurant ist ziemlich weit weg von hier.” (The restaurant is quite far away from here.)
– “Wir sind weit gekommen.” (We have come far.)
– “Das Ziel ist noch weit entfernt.” (The goal is still far away.)
– “Kannst du das weit werfen?” (Can you throw that far?)
– “Mein Freund wohnt weit weg, deshalb sehen wir uns selten.” (My friend lives far away, so we rarely see each other.)

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