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

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tips to remember the German word ‘kosten’:
– associate the word ‘kosten’ with the English word ‘cost’
– think of the phrase “what does it cost?” as a way to remember the meaning

explanations:
‘kosten’ is a verb in German and it means ‘to cost’. It is used to express the price or monetary value of something.

other words that mean the same thing:
– berechnen (verb): to calculate
– verlangen (verb): to demand, to charge

conjugations of ‘kosten’:
– present tense:
– ich koste: I cost
– du kostest: you cost
– er/sie/es kostet: he/she/it costs
– wir kosten: we cost
– ihr kostet: you (plural) cost
– sie kosten: they cost
– past tense:
– ich kostete: I costed
– du kostetest: you costed
– er/sie/es kostete: he/she/it costed
– wir kosteten: we costed
– ihr kostetet: you (plural) costed
– sie kosteten: they costed
– future tense:
– ich werde kosten: I will cost
– du wirst kosten: you will cost
– er/sie/es wird kosten: he/she/it will cost
– wir werden kosten: we will cost
– ihr werdet kosten: you (plural) will cost
– sie werden kosten: they will cost

examples of sentences using ‘kosten’:
1. Wie viel kostet dieses Buch? (How much does this book cost?)
2. Der Eintritt in das Museum kostet zehn Euro. (The entrance to the museum costs ten euros.)
3. Das Abendessen kostete mich viel Geld. (The dinner cost me a lot of money.)
4. Wie viel wird das neue Auto kosten? (How much will the new car cost?)
5. Die Reparaturkosten waren hΓΆher als erwartet. (The repair costs were higher than expected.)

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