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I got lost ich habe mich selbst verloren
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Tips to remember the German word “ich habe mich selbst verloren”:
– Break down the sentence and associate each word with its English counterpart.
– “Ich” means “I” in English.
– “Habe” is the first person singular form of the verb “haben,” which means “to have” in English.
– “Mich” is the reflexive pronoun “myself” in English.
– “Selbst” means “self” in English.
– “Verloren” is the past participle of the verb “verlieren,” which means “to lose” in English.

Explanations:
“Ich habe mich selbst verloren” translates to “I have lost myself” in English. It is an expression used to convey the feeling of having lost one’s sense of identity, purpose, or direction.

Other words that mean the same thing or convey a similar meaning:
– Ich habe mein Selbst verloren (I have lost my self).
– Ich bin verloren (I am lost).
– Ich habe mich selber verlegt (I misplaced myself).
– Ich habe den Überblick verloren (I have lost track of myself).

Conjugations of “verlieren”:
– Present tense: ich verliere (I lose), du verlierst (you lose), er/sie/es verliert (he/she/it loses), wir verlieren (we lose), ihr verliert (you lose), sie verlieren (they lose).
– Past tense: ich verlor (I lost), du verlorst (you lost), er/sie/es verlor (he/she/it lost), wir verloren (we lost), ihr verloret (you lost), sie verloren (they lost).
– Future tense: ich werde verlieren (I will lose), du wirst verlieren (you will lose), er/sie/es wird verlieren (he/she/it will lose), wir werden verlieren (we will lose), ihr werdet verlieren (you will lose), sie werden verlieren (they will lose).

Examples of sentences using “ich habe mich selbst verloren” (in its present and past forms):
– Present: Ich verliere langsam den Bezug zu mir selbst. (I am slowly losing touch with myself.)
– Present: Ich finde mich in diesem Chaos nicht mehr wieder. (I can’t find myself anymore in this chaos.)
– Past: Ich habe mich selbst durch meine Selbstzweifel verloren. (I lost myself through my self-doubt.)
– Past: Als ich meinen Job verlor, habe ich auch meinen Sinn im Leben verloren. (When I lost my job, I also lost my purpose in life.)

[Note: It is important to note that the German word order is different from English. Also, “haben” is used as an auxiliary verb to form the perfect tense in German.]

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