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

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Tips to remember the German word “die Gruppe”:
– Associate the word with a group of people or items, imagining them together as a collective unit, which reflects the meaning in both English and German.
– You could use mnemonic devices, like envisioning a group of grapes (‘Grapes’ sounds similar to ‘Gruppe’) all clustered together, which can help solidify the word in your memory.
– Think of the English word “group” and replace the “ou” with “u” to get a closer approximation to the German pronunciation and spelling.

– “Die Gruppe” is a German noun and means “the group” in English. “Die” is the feminine and plural definite article in nominative and accusative cases, so “die Gruppe” is feminine singular.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Das Team – the team (more specific to sports or work groups)
– Die Band – the band (specific to music groups)
– Der Kreis – the circle or group (can be more abstract or social group)
– Die Clique – the clique (a smaller, more exclusive group of people)

Alternate meanings/slang:
– Sometimes “Gruppe” is used in specific contexts, such as a “Gruppe” in a military context, which would refer to a squad.
– In professional or competitive contexts, it might refer to a grouping or cohort, such as in a tournament bracket or a project team.

Examples of sentences that use “die Gruppe”:
– Die Gruppe der Studenten trifft sich einmal pro Woche. (The group of students meets once a week.)
– Ich bin Teil einer WhatsApp-Gruppe. (I am part of a WhatsApp group.)
– Die Gruppe hat sich darauf geeinigt, frΓΌh zu starten. (The group agreed to start early.)
– Unsere Reisegruppe besteht aus zehn Personen. (Our travel group consists of ten people.)
– Die KΓΌnstlerin stellt ihre Werke zusammen mit ihrer Gruppe aus. (The artist exhibits her works together with her group.)

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