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To carry/bring in German 🇩🇪


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

German Sentences with the Word “To carry/bring”

German sentence with “tragen” English translation for tragen S

Sie muss mehr als fünf Bücher tragen

She needs to carry more than five books

Es war notwendig, eine Maske zu tragen

It was necessary to wear a mask

Ich würde lieber das rote Kleid tragen.

I’d rather wear the red dress.

Ich empfehle ihnen, wärme Kleidung zu tragen.

I advise you to wear warm clothes.

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Tips to remember the German word “tragen”:
– Associate “tragen” with its English counterpart “to carry” by noticing that both begin with the letter “T.”
– Think of “tragen” as something you do with a “tray,” as in carrying items on a tray.
– Imagine carrying a heavy bag to remember the weight that “tragen” implies in its meaning.

Explanations:
– “Tragen” is a German verb meaning “to carry” or “to wear.”
– It suggests both the physical act of carrying something from one place to another and the act of wearing clothing or accessories.

Other words that mean the same thing or are related:
– “Befördern” can also mean “to transport” or “to carry” in the sense of moving goods or people.
– “Mitnehmen” means “to take along.”
– “Anhaben” is used to mean wearing clothes, but it is more specific to the act of having them on one’s body.

“Tragen” conjugations:
– Infinitive: tragen
– Present: ich trage (I carry/wear), du trägst (you carry/wear), er/sie/es trägt (he/she/it carries/wears), wir tragen (we carry/wear), ihr tragt (you all carry/wear), sie tragen (they carry/wear)
– Simple past (Imperfect): ich trug (I carried/wore), du trugst (you carried/wore), er/sie/es trug (he/she/it carried/wore), wir trugen (we carried/wore), ihr trugt (you all carried/wore), sie trugen (they carried/wore)
– Past perfect: ich hatte getragen (I had carried/worn)
– Future: ich werde tragen (I will carry/wear)
– Subjunctive II (Conditional): ich würde tragen (I would carry/wear)

Examples of sentences using “tragen”:
– Er trägt jeden Tag einen Anzug zur Arbeit. (He wears a suit to work every day.)
– Kannst du mir helfen, die Kisten zu tragen? (Can you help me carry the boxes?)
– Sie trug die Verantwortung für das gesamte Projekt. (She carried the responsibility for the entire project.)
– Als Kind hat er immer seine jüngere Schwester getragen. (As a child, he always carried his younger sister.)
– Wir werden morgen die Möbel in das neue Haus tragen. (We will carry the furniture into the new house tomorrow.)

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