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Here in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “Here”

German sentence with “hier” English translation for hier S

Ich bin vor zwei Tagen hier angekommen.

I arrived here two days ago.

Alle deine Sachen, sind hier.

All your things are here.

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

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

Ich bin glücklich dass ich hier mit dir leben

I am happy to live with you here.

Sie können mehr hier sehen,

You can see more here,

Was habe ich hier?

What do I have here?

Sie hätten gerne hier essen wollen

They would have wanted to eat here

Bitte setzen Sie sich hier

Sit down here please

Sie können es hier nicht, bekommen.

You can’t get it here.

Ich möchte nicht hier sein

I don’t want to be here

Möchtest du es, hier zu versuchen?

Do you want to try it here?

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Tips to remember the German word “hier”:
– Associate “hier” with its English counterpart “here”; they sound quite similar.
– Think of the mnemonic “He Is Exactly Right here” – take the first letter of each word to form “HIER”.
– Visualize a place you are currently at and imagine a sign that says “hier” to remember it means “here”.

– “Hier” is an adverb of place used to indicate a location or place that is close to the speaker.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Da” can also mean “here” in some contexts in German, but it can also mean “there”. The usage depends on the context and the distance from the speaker.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In colloquial settings, “hier” can be used to mean “this one” when pointing to or presenting something.

Examples of sentences that use “hier”:
– “Ich wohne hier.” – I live here.
– “Hier bitte unterschreiben.” – Please sign here.
– “Was machst du hier?” – What are you doing here?
– “Hier ist es sehr schön.” – It’s very beautiful here.
– “Kommst du hierher?” – Are you coming here?

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