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So in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ


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

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To remember the German word for “also,” which is “auch,” you might use a mnemonic like associating “ouch” (a word that sounds similar in English) with something you’d also want to avoid or include, depending on the context.

When using “auch” in German, it typically serves as a conjunction with the meaning of “also” or “too.” An explanation of “auch” is that it is used to add information that is similar to what has already been mentioned.

Other words that mean the same thing or have a similar meaning to “auch” include:

– “ebenfalls” which means “likewise” or “as well.”
– “gleichermaßen” meaning “equally” or “in the same way.”

As for alternate meanings or slang, “auch” does not really have any slang meanings as it’s a simple conjunction, but its usage can vary slightly with context.

Here are examples of sentences using “auch”:

1. Ich mag Schokolade, und sie mag auch Schokolade. (I like chocolate, and she likes chocolate too.)
2. Er kommt auch zur Party. (He is coming to the party too.)
3. Sie kann Tennis spielen, und ich kann auch Tennis spielen. (She can play tennis, and I can also play tennis.)
4. Du hast Recht, und ich denke auch so. (You are right, and I also think so.)

Remember that “auch” comes right before the verb when used in a main clause, but in subordinate clauses, it usually follows the conjugated verb.

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