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to annoy, to bore belÀstigen
How to say “to annoy, to bore” in German? “BelĂ€stigen”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “belĂ€stigen” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to annoy, to bore in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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The German word “belĂ€stigen” means “to annoy” or “to bother” in English. Here are some tips to remember the word:

– Associate the word “belĂ€stigen” with the idea of someone being persistent and bothering you repeatedly, similar to the way the word sounds.
– Break down the word into smaller parts: “belĂ€stigen” consists of the prefix “be-” (indicating a negative action) and the root “lĂ€stigen” (meaning “to annoy”). This can help you remember its meaning.

Other words that have similar meanings to “belĂ€stigen” include stören (to disturb), nerven (to irritate), quĂ€len (to torment), and Ă€rgern (to annoy).

“BelĂ€stigen” is an infinitive, and here are the conjugations in different tenses:

– Present tense: ich belĂ€stige (I annoy), du belĂ€stigst (you annoy), er/sie/es belĂ€stigt (he/she/it annoys), wir belĂ€stigen (we annoy), ihr belĂ€stigt (you annoy), sie belĂ€stigen (they annoy).
– Past tense: ich belĂ€stigte (I annoyed), du belĂ€stigtest (you annoyed), er/sie/es belĂ€stigte (he/she/it annoyed), wir belĂ€stigten (we annoyed), ihr belĂ€stigtet (you annoyed), sie belĂ€stigten (they annoyed).
– Future tense: ich werde belĂ€stigen (I will annoy), du wirst belĂ€stigen (you will annoy), er/sie/es wird belĂ€stigen (he/she/it will annoy), wir werden belĂ€stigen (we will annoy), ihr werdet belĂ€stigen (you will annoy), sie werden belĂ€stigen (they will annoy).

Here are some examples of sentences using “belĂ€stigen”:

– Kannst du bitte aufhören, mich zu belĂ€stigen? (Can you please stop bothering me?)
– Die stĂ€ndigen Werbeanrufe belĂ€stigen mich. (The constant telemarketing calls annoy me.)
– Wir sollten diese Tiere in ihrem natĂŒrlichen Lebensraum nicht belĂ€stigen. (We should not disturb these animals in their natural habitat.)
– Sie wurden beschuldigt, die Nachbarn belĂ€stigt zu haben. (They were accused of bothering the neighbors.)

Note: “BelĂ€stigen” can also have a more serious connotation, referring to actions that are considered harassment or molestation.

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