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She reads in German 🇩🇪


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

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Tips to remember the German word “liest”:
– Associate “liest” with “list” to remember that she is listing through the pages of a book.
– Note the resemblance between “reads” and “liest”; they both contain an ‘e’ sound in them.
– Think of “sie liest” as “she’s a list-maker,” mentally depicting a woman making a list by reading off items or points.

Explanations:
– “Sie liest” translates directly to “she reads” in English.
– “Sie” is the pronoun for both “she” and “they,” and the verb conjugation “liest” is used for both “sie” (singular) and “sie” (plural).
– German verbs take different endings depending on the person and number.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “liest” is already the specific conjugation for “she reads” or “they read,” but another way to convey the idea of reading is using the noun “das Lesen” which is the general term for “reading.”

Different conjugations of “lesen” (to read):
– Infinitive: lesen
– Present: ich lese (I read), du liest (you read, singular informal), er/sie/es liest (he/she/it reads), wir lesen (we read), ihr lest (you read, plural informal), sie lesen (they read), Sie lesen (you read, formal)
– Simple Past (Imperfect): ich las, du lasest, er/sie/es las, wir lasen, ihr last, sie lasen
– Compound Past (Present Perfect): ich habe gelesen, du hast gelesen, er/sie/es hat gelesen, wir haben gelesen, ihr habt gelesen, sie haben gelesen
– Future: ich werde lesen, du wirst lesen, er/sie/es wird lesen, wir werden lesen, ihr werdet lesen, sie werden lesen
– Conditional: ich würde lesen, du würdest lesen, er/sie/es würde lesen, wir würden lesen, ihr würdet lesen, sie würden lesen

Examples of sentences that use “liest”:
– Sie liest jeden Morgen die Zeitung. (She reads the newspaper every morning.)
– Glaubst du, dass sie das Buch bis morgen liest? (Do you believe that she will read the book by tomorrow?)
– Im Park sah ich, wie sie ein Gedicht liest. (In the park, I saw her reading a poem.)
– Wenn sie liest, vergisst sie die Zeit. (When she reads, she loses track of time.)
– Sie liest ihren Kindern vor dem Schlafengehen vor. (She reads to her children before bedtime.)

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