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

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Tips to remember:
The German word ‘sie liebte’ – when translated, word-by-word, it means ‘she loved’. Remembering that ‘liebte’ comes from the verb ‘lieben’ (to love), and looks very similar to ‘love’ might help you recall the meaning. Associating ‘liebte’ with the English word ‘loved’ in your mind by saying them together can help cement the connection.

‘Sie’ can mean ‘she’, ‘they’, or the formal ‘you’, but in this context (‘liebte’ being singular past tense), it specifically means ‘she’.

The verb ‘lieben’ means ‘to love’ in German. The past tense ‘liebte’ indicates something that happened in the past – an action that has been completed, similar to the English simple past tense.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘hat geliebt’ – is another way to express the past tense of ‘love’ in German, using the perfect tense which is often used in spoken German. It translates to ‘has loved’ in English.

Conjugations of ‘lieben’:
– Infinitive: lieben (to love)
– Present simple:
– ich liebe (I love)
– du liebst (you love – singular informal)
– er/sie/es liebt (he/she/it loves)
– wir lieben (we love)
– ihr liebt (you love – plural informal)
– sie/Sie lieben (they/you love – formal)
– Simple past:
– ich liebte (I loved)
– du liebtest (you loved – singular informal)
– er/sie/es liebte (he/she/it loved)
– wir liebten (we loved)
– ihr liebtet (you loved – plural informal)
– sie/Sie liebten (they/you loved – formal)
– Future simple (with werden):
– ich werde lieben (I will love)
– du wirst lieben (you will love)
– er/sie/es wird lieben (he/she/it will love)
– wir werden lieben (we will love)
– ihr werdet lieben (you will love – plural)
– sie/Sie werden lieben (they/you will love – formal)

Examples of sentences that use ‘sie liebte’:
– Als Kind, sie liebte es, im Park zu spielen. (As a child, she loved playing in the park.)
– Sie liebte ihre Katze mehr als alles andere. (She loved her cat more than anything else.)
– Sie liebte es, BΓΌcher zu lesen. (She loved to read books.)

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