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They grieve/moan in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

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Tips to remember the German word “sie trauern”:

– The word “sie trauern” means “they grieve” or “they moan” in English.
– To remember the word, you can associate it with the English word “sigh” which shares a similar sound and conveys a feeling of sadness or mourning.
– You can also create a mental image of a group of people mourning together to help solidify the meaning of the word.
– The word “sie” in German means “they,” so it refers to a third-person plural subject.
– The verb “trauern” is the infinitive form, and here are the different conjugations:
– Present tense: ich trauere (I grieve), du trauerst (you grieve), er/sie/es trauert (he/she/it grieves), wir trauern (we grieve), ihr trauert (you grieve), sie trauern (they grieve).
– Past tense: ich trauerte (I grieved), du trauertest (you grieved), er/sie/es trauerte (he/she/it grieved), wir trauerten (we grieved), ihr trauertet (you grieved), sie trauerten (they grieved).
– Future tense: ich werde trauern (I will grieve), du wirst trauern (you will grieve), er/sie/es wird trauern (he/she/it will grieve), wir werden trauern (we will grieve), ihr werdet trauern (you will grieve), sie werden trauern (they will grieve).

Other words that have similar meanings to “sie trauern” include “sie bekΓΌmmern” (they distress) and “sie beklagen” (they lament).

Examples of sentences using “sie trauern”:
– Sie trauern um ihren verstorbenen Freund. (They grieve for their deceased friend.)
– Unsere Nachbarn trauern um ihren Hund. (Our neighbors grieve for their dog.)
– Warum trauern sie so stark? (Why do they grieve so deeply?)

Note: Remember to adapt the conjugations according to the subject and context of your sentence.

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