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To do in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “To do”

German sentence with “tun” English translation for tun S

Was möchten sie tun?

What do you want to do?

Könnten Sie mir einen Gefallen tun?

Could you do me a favor?

Du musst tun, was ich sage

You have to do what I say

Sag mir, was du willst heute tun?

Tell me what do you want to do today

Ich würde das gleiche für dich tun

I’d do the same for you

Kannst du es heute tun?

Can you make it today?

Was würden sie tun, wenn sie ein Millionär wären?

What would you do if you were a millionaire?

Wenn sie jetzt reisen könnten, würden sie es tun?

If you could travel now, would you do it?

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To remember the German word “tun” which means “to do” think of it as the core of the English word “attune,” suggesting bringing things into action or harmony like doing something brings results or changes.

Here are some tips:
– Associate “tun” with its English sound-alike “tune,” imagining that doing something is tuning your actions to the desired outcome.
– Remember that “tu-” is the beginning of “tut mir leid,” which means “I am sorry,” or literally “does me sorrow,” a common German phrase where “tun” is used indirectly.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “machen” is another German verb that also means “to do” or “to make.” It is often interchangeable with “tun,” although there are some cases where one is preferred over the other.

Alternate meanings/slang:
– In some dialects or colloquial German, “tun” can also imply pretense, for example, “Sie tut, als ob sie krank wäre” means “She is pretending as if she is sick.”
– “Was soll das tun?” is a colloquial way of asking “What is that supposed to do?” or “What purpose does that serve?”

Examples of sentences using “tun”:
– “Was kann ich für dich tun?” – “What can I do for you?”
– “Ich muss noch die Hausaufgaben tun.” – “I still have to do the homework.”
– “Er tut alles für seine Familie.” – “He does everything for his family.”
– “Tun Sie das niemals wieder!” – “Never do that again!”
– “Lass uns etwas Sinnvolles tun.” – “Let’s do something meaningful.”

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