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Fear in German ­čçę­čç¬

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

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Tips to remember the German word “die Furcht”:
– One way to remember the word is by associating it with the English word “fear” as they sound somewhat similar.
– Another mnemonic device is to associate the word “Furcht” with the image of someone crouching in fear (as “Furcht” sounds like “furched” which can be imagined as a crouched position).

– “Die Furcht” is a feminine German noun that translates to “fear” in English.
– It is a common word used to describe the feeling of being afraid or worried about something.

Other words that mean the same thing as “die Furcht”:
– “Angst” (feminine noun): This is another common German word for “fear” or “anxiety.”
– “Schrecken” (masculine noun): It refers to “terror” or “dread.”

Conjugations of “die Furcht”:
– Infinitive: Furchten
– Present tense: Ich f├╝rchte (I fear), Du f├╝rchtest (You fear), Er/sie/es f├╝rchtet (He/she/it fears), Wir f├╝rchten (We fear), Ihr f├╝rchtet (You fear), Sie f├╝rchten (They fear)
– Past tense: Ich f├╝rchtete (I feared), Du f├╝rchtetest (You feared), Er/sie/es f├╝rchtete (He/she/it feared), Wir f├╝rchteten (We feared), Ihr f├╝rchtetet (You feared), Sie f├╝rchteten (They feared)
– Future tense: Ich werde f├╝rchten (I will fear), Du wirst f├╝rchten (You will fear), Er/sie/es wird f├╝rchten (He/she/it will fear), Wir werden f├╝rchten (We will fear), Ihr werdet f├╝rchten (You will fear), Sie werden f├╝rchten (They will fear)

Examples of sentences using “die Furcht”:
1. Die Furcht vor Spinnen ist sehr verbreitet. (The fear of spiders is very common.)
2. Ich habe gro├če Furcht davor, alleine im Dunkeln zu sein. (I have a great fear of being alone in the dark.)
3. Die Furcht vor dem Versagen kann l├Ąhmend sein. (The fear of failure can be crippling.)

Please note that the German language has several verb conjugations depending on the subject pronouns, tenses, and moods. The examples provided here show a limited set of conjugations for the verb “f├╝rchten” (to fear) in relation to the noun “die Furcht” (fear).

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