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He in German 🇩🇪


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

German Sentences with the Word “He”

German sentence with “er” English translation for er S

er hat zwei Hände.

he has two hands.

er ist sehr cool.

he is very cool.

Es scheint mir, dass er interessant ist.

It seems to me that he is interesting.

Nachdem er die Polizei gesehen hatte,

After he saw the police

er hatte einen Unfall.

he had an accident.

er hat in Russland gelebt

he has lived in Russia

er nahm an Wettbewerben Teil

he has competed in contests

Wort für Wort, sagte er

Word for word he said…

Früher hat er mit seiner Familie gegessen

he used to eat with his family

er ist älter als achtundzwanzig Jahre

he is older than twenty eight years old

er wollte nur, dass du dir den Film ansiehst

he just wanted you to watch the movie

Es ist unmöglich, dass er gewinne

It’s impossible that he wins

Ist es ernst, dass er nur nachts duscht?

Is it serious that he only showers at night.

Wenn er es gewusst hätte, würde er es getan.

If he had known, he would have done it.

Ich glaube nicht, dass er es genommen hätte.

I don’t think he would have taken it.

Es ist wichtig, dass er teilnehmen kann.

It is important that he can participate.

Glaubst du, dass er die Wahrheit sagt?

Do you think he‘s telling the truth?

Es ist notwendig, dass er die Dokumente mitgebracht hat.

It is necessary that he has brought the documents.

Hoffentlich hatte er kein Problem.

I hope he didn’t have a problem.

er sagte mir, dass ich soll mich um die Kinder kümmern.

he told me to watch the kids.

er wollte, dass ich singen lerne.

he wanted me to learn to sing.

er versprach uns.

he promised us.

er kommt am Donnerstag.

he is going to arrive on Thursday.

Wolltest du, dass er mit dir arbeitet?

Did you want him to work with you?

Ich hätte nicht gedacht, dass er das denken würde.

I didn’t think he would think that.

Denkst du nicht, dass er es besser machen würde, wenn er versuchte mehr?

Don’t you think he would do it better if he tried harder?

Ich weiß es nicht, wenn er teilgenommen hätte.

I don’t know if he would have participated.

Ich glaube nicht, dass er das gesagt hätte.

I don’t think he would have said that.

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Tips to remember the German word ‘er’:
1. Associate ‘er’ with its English counterpart ‘he.’ Whenever you see ‘he’ in an English sentence, try translating the sentence into German and using ‘er.’
2. Visualize a simple image of a man or boy whenever you say or hear ‘er’ to cement the association with the masculine pronoun.
3. Practice with common sentences, e.g., “He is eating” -> “Er isst.”

Explanations:
– ‘Er’ is the singular, masculine, nominative case pronoun in German, used to refer to a male person or a masculine noun.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘Ihm’ (dative case for ‘him’)
– ‘Ihn’ (accusative case for ‘him’)

Alternate meanings / slang:
– ‘Er’ doesn’t have alternate meanings or slang uses by itself, as it is simply a pronoun.

Examples of sentences that use ‘er’:
1. Er geht zur Schule. (He goes to school.)
2. Er hat einen Hund. (He has a dog.)
3. Er liest ein Buch. (He is reading a book.)
4. Er ist mein Bruder. (He is my brother.)
5. Er spricht Deutsch. (He speaks German.)

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