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

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Tips to remember the German word “die Sachen”:
1. Associate “Sachen” with the word “sacks” in English. Imagine putting various items into sacks – these are the “things” or “Sachen” you’re talking about.
2. Use the word in your daily vocabulary by labeling objects around you with sticky notes that say “Sachen.” This will reinforce the meaning and spelling.

Explanations:
– “Die Sachen” is the plural form of “die Sache,” which means “thing” or “matter.”
– “Die” indicates that the word is plural and feminine in this context.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Die Dinge” is a synonym for “die Sachen” and also means “things.”
– “Die Gegenstände” is another word which refers more specifically to physical objects.
– “Das Zeug” is an informal word for “stuff” or “things.”

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Sachen” can also refer to belongings or gear, as in personal items you might take with you, for example, when traveling.

Examples of sentences that use “die Sachen”:
– “Ich habe meine Sachen gepackt und bin bereit zu gehen.” (I have packed my things and am ready to go.)
– “Leg deine Sachen in dein Zimmer.” (Put your things in your room.)
– “Wir müssen noch ein paar Sachen einkaufen.” (We still need to buy a few things.)
– “Die Polizei untersucht die Sachen des Verdächtigen.” (The police are examining the suspect’s belongings.)
– “Hast du alle deine Sachen für die Reise?” (Do you have all your stuff for the trip?)

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