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Movement in German 🇩🇪

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

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Tips to Remember the German Word:
1. Associate “die Bewegung” with the English word “movement” by highlighting the similarity in the sounds “move” and “Beweg-” which could remind you of “be-weg(en)”.
2. Think of “bewegen” which is the verb form for “to move”; “Bewegung” is the noun form.
3. Visualize motions or exercises, and mentally label them as “die Bewegung” to reinforce memory through context.

– “Die Bewegung” is a German noun. Being a noun, it is not an infinitive and does not have conjugations. Instead, it can be declined according to case, gender, and number.
– It has a feminine gender, as indicated by the article “die”.
– It refers to a physical movement, motion, or the concept of a movement (like a social movement).

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– “Die Aktion” (the action) – more general, can refer to physical movement or actions in a broader sense.
– “Der Zug” (the motion/move) – often used in games or sports, like chess.

Since “die Bewegung” is not a verb, there are no conjugations for past, present, or future. Instead, you would use the verb “bewegen” (to move) which has various conjugations:

– Present: ich bewege, du bewegst, er/sie/es bewegt, wir bewegen, ihr bewegt, sie bewegen
– Simple Past: ich bewegte, du bewegtest, er/sie/es bewegte, wir bewegten, ihr bewegtet, sie bewegten
– Perfect: ich habe bewegt
– Future: ich werde bewegen

Examples of Sentences:
1. “Die Bewegung ist wichtig für die Gesundheit.” – Movement is important for health.
2. “Die soziale Bewegung gewinnt an Momentum.” – The social movement is gaining momentum.
3. “Langsame Bewegung hilft bei der Meditation.” – Slow motion aids in meditation.
4. “Er machte eine plötzliche Bewegung.” – He made a sudden move.

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