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

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Tips to remember the German word “die Schuhe”:
1. Create a visual association such as picturing shoes in a German setting, like a traditional German shoe store (SchuhgeschΓ€ft).
2. Link the word “Schuhe” to the English word “shoes” through sound; they both start with “sh” which can make it easier to remember.
3. Use a mnemonic device, such as imagining that you have to “shoo” someone away but with a shoe instead.

Explanations:
– “Die Schuhe” is the plural form of “der Schuh” which means “the shoe” in English. The plural “die” indicates that you’re talking about more than one shoe.
– In German nouns are capitalized, which is why “Schuhe” starts with a capital letter.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Die Turnschuhe” – sneakers or trainers
– “Die Stiefel” – boots
– “Die Sandalen” – sandals
– “Die Pumps” – pumps (type of women’s shoe)
– “Die Halbschuhe” – casual shoes

Alternate meanings/slang:
– There is no widely recognized slang term in German for “die Schuhe,” and it generally is used only to mean ‘shoes’ in the literal sense.

Examples of sentences using “die Schuhe”:
– “Ich habe neue Schuhe gekauft.” (I bought new shoes.)
– “Kannst du bitte deine Schuhe ausziehen?” (Can you please take off your shoes?)
– “Meine Schuhe sind nass geworden.” (My shoes got wet.)
– “Diese Schuhe sind mir zu klein.” (These shoes are too small for me.)
– “Wir verkaufen alle unsere Schuhe zum halben Preis.” (We’re selling all our shoes at half price.)

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