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

German Sentences with the Word “I say”

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

Wie sagen Sie das auf Spanisch?

How do you say it in Spanish?

Ich möchte dir etwas sagen.

I would like to tell you something.

Sie wissen was zu sagen

You know what to say

Du musst tun, was ich sage

You have to do what I say

Du hast recht, ich kann es dir nicht sagen.

You are right, I can’t tell it to you.

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

I don’t promise to tell you the secret.

Ich werde ein Witz sagen.

I’m going to make(tell) a joke.

Warum willst du es ihm nicht sagen?

Why don’t you want to tell him?

Ich werde es dir erst am Mittwoch sagen

I’m not going to tell it to you until Wednesday.

Kimberly möchte Joshua Wahrheit sagen.

Kimberly wants to tell Joshua the truth.

Es ist nicht notwendig, es ihr zu sagen, das kann unter uns sein.

It isn’t necessary to tell her, it can be between us.

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Tips to remember the German word “ich sage”:
– Associate “sage” with “sag” in English, as in to “say” or “tell’ something. The “e” at the end can be remembered as a common verb ending in German.
– Link the ich (I) with the English pronoun “I” to remember that “ich sage” means “I say.”

Explanations:
– “Ich sage” is the first-person singular present tense form of the verb “sagen,” which means “to say” or “to tell” in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Ich spreche” can sometimes be used interchangeably, meaning “I speak” or “I talk.”
– “Ich erzähle” means “I tell” or “I narrate.”

Different conjugations of “sagen”:
– Infinitive: sagen (to say)
– Present:
– ich sage (I say)
– du sagst (you say, informal singular)
– er/sie/es sagt (he/she/it says)
– wir sagen (we say)
– ihr sagt (you all say)
– sie/Sie sagen (they/you say, formal)

– Simple Past:
– ich sagte (I said)
– du sagtest (you said, informal singular)
– er/sie/es sagte (he/she/it said)
– wir sagten (we said)
– ihr sagtet (you all said)
– sie/Sie sagten (they/you said, formal)

– Present Perfect (Compound Past):
– ich habe gesagt (I have said)

– Future:
– ich werde sagen (I will say)

Examples of sentences that use “sagen”:
– Present: Ich sage immer die Wahrheit. (I always tell the truth.)
– Simple Past: Gestern sagte ich zu ihm, dass ich keine Zeit hätte. (Yesterday I told him that I didn’t have time.)
– Present Perfect: Ich habe dir schon tausendmal gesagt, nicht zu spät zu kommen. (I have told you a thousand times not to come late.)
– Future: Ich werde dir bald sagen, wann wir uns treffen. (I will tell you soon when we will meet.)

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