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

German Sentences with the Word “I am”

German sentence with “ich bin” English translation for ich bin S

ich bin achtundzwanzig Jahre alt.

I am twenty eight years old.

ich bin nicht sicher.

I am not sure.

ich bin immer noch nicht bereit.

I am still not ready.

ich bin vor zwei Tagen hier angekommen.

I arrived here two days ago.

ich bin sehr beschäftigt.

I am very busy.

ich bin so durstig.

I am very thirsty.

ich bin sehr schläfrig.

I am very sleepy.

ich bin im Bett.

I am in bed.

ich bin sehr neugierig auf deinen Freund.

I am very curious about your friend.

ich bin jedes Wochenende frei.

I am free every weekend.

ich bin, in meiner Wohnung.

I am in my apartment.

ich bin in Kanada geboren.

I was born in Canada.

ich bin glücklich dass ich hier mit dir leben

I am happy to live with you here.

ich bin gerade in deinem Land angekommen.

I just arrived to your country.

ich bin einhundert Prozent sicher

I am 100 percent sure

ich bin froh, dass du gewonnen bist

I am glad you had won

ich bin froh, dass du das Essen genießt

I am glad that you enjoy the food

ich bin nach Chile gezogen, um Spanisch zu lernen

I moved to Chile to learn Spanish

ich bin ein Mann

I am a man

ich bin groß und stark

I am tall and strong

ich bin ein Spanisch Student

I am a Spanish student

ich bin traurig, weil der Film beendet

I’m sad because the movie ended

ich bin froh, dass Sie einen Abschluss haben.

I’m glad you’ve graduated.

ich bin froh, dass Ihnen das Abendessen gefallen hat.

I’m glad you enjoyed dinner.

ich bin überrascht, dass du diese Fragen stellst

I am surprised that you ask those questions

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To remember the German phrase “ich bin” which translates to “I am” in English, you might associate it with the following:

1. Sound similarity: “Ich bin” sounds like “itch been.” Imagine saying “I am” when you’ve been itchy.
2. Visual cue: Think of the pronoun “I” as a person (stick figure, perhaps) standing alone and “am” as the person being active (“bin” sounds like “been,” which also implies action or state).

Other words/phrases that mean the same thing in different contexts can be:

– “Ich heiße” (I am called/named)
– “Mir geht es” (I am as in “I am well” – “Mir geht es gut”)

“Ich bin” is a conjugation of the infinitive verb “sein” (to be). Here are the different conjugations:

Present:
– ich bin (I am)
– du bist (you are, singular informal)
– er/sie/es ist (he/she/it is)
– wir sind (we are)
– ihr seid (you are, plural informal)
– Sie/sie sind (you are formal/they are)

Simple Past (Imperfekt):
– ich war (I was)
– du warst (you were, singular informal)
– er/sie/es war (he/she/it was)
– wir waren (we were)
– ihr wart (you were, plural informal)
– Sie/sie waren (you were formal/they were)

Future:
– ich werde sein (I will be)
– du wirst sein (you will be, singular informal)
– er/sie/es wird sein (he/she/it will be)
– wir werden sein (we will be)
– ihr werdet sein (you will be, plural informal)
– Sie/sie werden sein (you will be formal/they will be)

Examples of sentences using “ich bin”:

– “Ich bin müde.” (I am tired.)
– “Ich bin Arzt von Beruf.” (I am a doctor by profession.)
– “Ich bin zu Hause.” (I am at home.)
– “Ich bin sicher, dass es richtig ist.” (I am sure that it is correct.)
– “Ich bin schon dort gewesen.” (I have already been there.)

By consistently using “ich bin” in various sentences and practicing the verb conjugations across different tenses, you will become more familiar and comfortable with its usage in German.

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