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Later in German 🇩🇪


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

German Sentences with the Word “Later”

German sentence with “später” English translation for später S

Sie können mich später anrufen.

You can call me later.

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Tips to Remember:
To remember the German word “später,” consider breaking it down into sounds that you’re familiar with in English. For instance, “spät” sounds similar to the English word “spate,” and “er” sounds like “air.” You could then create a mnemonic phrase like “A spate of air is coming later.” Alternatively, think of “später” as “space + ter,” imagining something happening in a “space” of time “ter” (later).

Explanations:
The German word “später” directly translates to “later” in English. It is an adverb and is used to indicate that something will happen or be done after the time expected or usual time, or after the time being discussed.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– “nachher” – another German adverb which also means “afterwards” or “subsequently.”
– “dann” – means “then,” which can imply a later time depending on the context.

Alternate Meanings (Slang or Colloquial):
While “später” does not have a widely recognized slang meaning, it can be used in a casual or colloquial context where someone might say “Bis später!” (See you later!) as a form of farewell, similar to how “later” is used informally in English.

Examples of Sentences:

1. Ich sehe dich später im Büro.
(I’ll see you later at the office.)

2. Kann das nicht bis später warten?
(Can’t that wait until later?)

3. Wir gehen später ins Kino, möchtest du mitkommen?
(We’re going to the cinema later, do you want to come along?)

4. Das ist jetzt nicht wichtig, wir können darüber später sprechen.
(That’s not important right now; we can talk about it later.)

5. Bis später! Ich muss jetzt los.
(See you later! I have to go now.)

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