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Rain in German 🇩🇪


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

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Tips to remember the German word ‘der Regen’:
1. Associate ‘Regen’ with ‘rain’: They start with the same letter ‘R’, which can act as a mnemonic.
2. Visualize ‘der Regen’ with an image of rain and note that both English and German words have five letters.
3. Think of the word ‘regenerate’ which can be linked to how rain replenishes the earth.

Explanations:
– ‘Der Regen’ is a masculine noun in German (hence the article ‘der’) and it means ‘the rain’.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘Niederschlag’ (precipitation) is a more general term that can also refer to rain as well as other forms of precipitation like snow or hail.

Alternate meanings/slang:
– While ‘der Regen’ typically has no slang meanings, it is sometimes used metaphorically, such as in the saying “Es regnet in Strömen,” which means “It’s pouring.”

Examples of sentences that use ‘der Regen’:
1. “Der Regen fängt an zu fallen.” (The rain is starting to fall.)
2. “Hörst du den Regen gegen das Fenster prasseln?” (Can you hear the rain pattering against the window?)
3. “Nach dem langen Regen kam endlich die Sonne heraus.” (After the long rain, the sun finally came out.)
4. “Wir müssen das Picknick verschieben, weil es regnet.” (We have to postpone the picnic because it is raining.)

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