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I go in German 🇩🇪


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

German Sentences with the Word “I go”

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

ich gehe nach Hause.

I go to the house.

Ich möchte gehen.

I would like to go.

Manchmal gehe ich, in die Natur.

Sometimes I go to the nature.

Möchten Sie zum Strand gehen?

Would you like to go to the beach?

Gehen Sie auch dort oft?

Do you also go there often?

Am Dienstag gehe ich, deinen Vater kennenzulernen.

On Tuesday I’m going to meet your father.

ich gehe am Freitag.

I am leaving on Friday.

Wäre es vielleicht besser, dorthin zu gehen?

Would it maybe be better to go there?

Ich denke dass wir sollten, ins Haus gehen.

I think we should go to the house

Es ist notwendig, dass sie gehen

It’s necessary that you go

Aus dem gleichen Grunde, möchte ich gehen.

For the same reason I want to leave

Wahrscheinlich müssen wir gehen

We probably have to go

Ich denke dass du zum Zahnarzt gehen soll.

I think you need to go to the dentist

Es sieht nicht gut aus, dass Sie ausgehen

It doesn’t seem good that you are going out

Ich wird gehen

I am going to leave

Ich habe letztes Jahr geheiratet

I got married last year

Willst du am Strand spazieren gehen?

Do you want to walk on the beach?

Gehen wir erstmal ins Kino

For starters, lets go to the cinema

Mike geheilt.

Mike was healed.

Ist es wichtig, dass wir auf der Party gehen?

Is it important that we go to the party?

Können wir ins Kino gehen, wenn wir fertig sind?

Can we go to the movies when we finish?

Niemand will, dieses Wochenende gehen.

Nobody wants to go this weekend.

Ich möchte, ins Kino gehen.

I would like us to go to the movies.

Ich verspreche es dir nicht, dir das Geheimnis zu sagen.

I don’t promise to tell you the secret.

Mit der richtigen Behandlung wäre sie geheilt.

She would have healed with the right treatment.

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Tips to remember the German word “ich gehe”:
– Think of the English word “go” having a cousin in German, “gehe,” which starts with the same letter ‘g.’
– Associate “gehe” with movement or walking, since it implies motion.
– Remember a simple phrase like “Ich gehe ins Kino” (I am going to the cinema) to solidify the verb in your memory.

Explanations:
– “Ich gehe” translates to “I go” or “I am going” in English.
– It is the first-person singular present tense form of the verb “gehen,” which means “to go” in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Ich laufe” can also mean “I go” or “I walk” if it’s on foot.
– “Ich fahre” means “I go” or “I travel” if using a vehicle.

Conjugations of “gehen”:
– Infinitive: gehen (to go)
– Present:
– ich gehe (I go)
– du gehst (you go, singular informal)
– er/sie/es geht (he/she/it goes)
– wir gehen (we go)
– ihr geht (you go, plural informal)
– Sie gehen (you go, formal)
– sie gehen (they go)
– Simple Past (Präteritum):
– ich ging (I went)
– Perfect (Perfekt):
– ich bin gegangen (I have gone)
– Future:
– ich werde gehen (I will go)

Examples of sentences that use “ich gehe”:
– Ich gehe jetzt schlafen. (I am going to sleep now.)
– Ich gehe jeden Tag joggen. (I go jogging every day.)
– Gehst du heute mit mir ins Kino? (Are you going to the cinema with me today?)
– Sie ging gestern schon früh nach Hause. (She went home early yesterday.)
– Wir werden morgen ins Museum gehen. (We will go to the museum tomorrow.)

Remember that German verbs have different forms not only for tense but also for mood (such as indicative, subjunctive, and imperative) and voice (active and passive), so the context of how “gehen” is used will change its form.

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