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Shower in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “Shower”

German sentence with “duschen” English translation for duschen S

Würdest du in diesem Hotel duschen?

Would you shower in this hotel?

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Tips to remember the German word “duschen”:
– Associate “duschen” with the sound of water; think of the “sh” sound in “shower” and the “sch” in “duschen.”
– Visualize taking a shower as you say “duschen,” linking the action with the word.
– Remember that “du” in German means “you,” and “duschen” could be thought of as YOU taking a SHower – “du + sh-en.”
– Note the similarity between “shower” and “schen” (the latter part of “duschen”), both have “sh” sounds.

– “Duschen” is the German infinitive meaning “to shower” or “to take a shower.”
– It is a regular verb and follows predictable conjugation patterns.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Baden” (to bathe) is another term related to bathing but usually refers to taking a bath instead of a shower.

Conjugations of “duschen”:
Present tense:
– ich dusche (I shower)
– du duschst (you shower)
– er/sie/es duscht (he/she/it showers)
– wir duschen (we shower)
– ihr duscht (you all shower)
– sie/Sie duschen (they/you formal shower)

Simple past tense:
– ich duschte (I showered)
– du duschtest (you showered)
– er/sie/es duschte (he/she/it showered)
– wir duschten (we showered)
– ihr duschtet (you all showered)
– sie/Sie duschten (they/you formal showered)

Present perfect tense:
– ich habe geduscht (I have showered)
– du hast geduscht (you have showered)
– er/sie/es hat geduscht (he/she/it has showered)
– wir haben geduscht (we have showered)
– ihr habt geduscht (you all have showered)
– sie/Sie haben geduscht (they/you formal have showered)

Future tense:
– ich werde duschen (I will shower)
– du wirst duschen (you will shower)
– er/sie/es wird duschen (he/she/it will shower)
– wir werden duschen (we will shower)
– ihr werdet duschen (you all will shower)
– sie/Sie werden duschen (they/you formal will shower)

Examples of sentences using “duschen”:
– Ich dusche jeden Morgen. (I shower every morning.)
– Kann ich zuerst duschen? (Can I shower first?)
– Wir haben nach dem Sport immer geduscht. (We always showered after sports.)
– Er wird vor dem Schlafengehen duschen. (He will shower before going to bed.)

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