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

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Tips to remember “sie sind gegangen”:
– Break it down to “sie” (they), “sind” (are – helping verb for forming the perfect tense), “gegangen” (gone). You can remember “gegangen” as being related to “gangway,” which might remind you of people going away.
– Associate “gegangen” with the English word “gone” as they sound similar and have the same meaning.
– Remember that “sind” is the third-person plural present tense of “sein” (to be), used here as an auxiliary verb for the perfect tense.

Explanations:
– “Sie sind gegangen” is the perfect tense in German, used to describe an action that has been completed in the past. It is equivalent to “they have gone” or “they went” in English.
– The verb “gehen” means “to go,” and “gegangen” is its past participle form.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Sie haben verlassen” could be used to say “they have left” which conveys a similar idea but is more specific, since “verlassen” is “to leave” rather than “to go.”

Infinitive:
– Infinitive: gehen (to go)

Conjugations:
– Present simple: ich gehe (I go), du gehst (you go), er/sie/es geht (he/she/it goes), wir gehen (we go), ihr geht (you guys go), sie gehen (they go), Sie gehen (you go – formal).
– Past simple (Preterite): ich ging (I went), du gingst (you went), er/sie/es ging (he/she/it went), wir gingen (we went), ihr gingt (you guys went), sie gingen (they went), Sie gingen (you went – formal).
– Perfect (Present perfect): ich bin gegangen (I have gone), du bist gegangen (you have gone), er/sie/es ist gegangen (he/she/it has gone), wir sind gegangen (we have gone), ihr seid gegangen (you guys have gone), sie sind gegangen (they have gone), Sie sind gegangen (you have gone – formal).
– Future simple: ich werde gehen (I will go), du wirst gehen (you will go), er/sie/es wird gehen (he/she/it will go), wir werden gehen (we will go), ihr werdet gehen (you guys will go), sie werden gehen (they will go), Sie werden gehen (you will go – formal).

Examples of sentences:
– “Nach der Party sind sie nach Hause gegangen.” (After the party, they went home.)
– “Obwohl das Wetter schlecht war, sind sie ins Kino gegangen.” (Even though the weather was bad, they went to the cinema.)
– “Sie sind frΓΌh gegangen, um den Verkehr zu vermeiden.” (They left early to avoid traffic.)

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