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Left in German 🇩🇪

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

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Tips to remember the German word ‘links’:
1. Associate ‘links’ with ‘left’ by picturing a link in a chain bending to the left.
2. Think of the word ‘link’ in English, and then imagine it taking a left turn to become ‘links’ in German.
3. Use a mnemonic, such as “Loud elephants in noisy kitchens sing”, and take the first letter of each word to form the word ‘links’.

‘Links’ is the German word for ‘left’ when giving directions or referring to the left side. It is an adjective and adverb in different contexts.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Linker” (masculine), “linke” (feminine), “linkes” (neuter) would be the attributive form of ‘links’, agreeing in gender with the noun it describes.
– “Die Linke” can also refer to the political left or a left-wing party in Germany.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Links” can refer to the political left-wing ideologies, as in “Sie steht politisch eher links” (She tends to be politically left-wing).
– In a more technical or internet-related context, ‘Links’ can also refer to hyperlinks.

Examples of sentences that use ‘links’:
– “Die Bibliothek ist links neben dem Rathaus.” (The library is to the left of the town hall.)
– “Biegen Sie an der nächsten Kreuzung links ab.” (Turn left at the next intersection.)
– “Halten Sie Ihr Handy links, damit Sie den Barcode scannen können.” (Hold your phone to the left to scan the barcode.)
– “Mein politisches Gedankengut ist eher links orientiert.” (My political ideology is more left-leaning.)
– “Können Sie mir bitte den Link zu der Webseite schicken?” (Can you please send me the link to the website?)

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