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To eat in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “To eat”

German sentence with “essen” English translation for essen S

Was ist dein Lieblingsessen?

What is your favorite food?

Danke für das essen.

Thank you for the food.

Ich würde fünf Kuchen essen.

I would eat five cakes

Ist das, was du essen wolltest

Is this what you wanted to eat?

Ich habe schon gegessen

I have already eaten

Daniela und Fernando haben gegessen

Daniela and Fernando have eaten

Früher hat er mit seiner Familie gegessen

He used to eat with his family

Sie hat gestern das Eis gegessen

She ate ice cream yesterday

Ist schlafen wichtiger als essen?

Is sleeping more important than eating?

Sie hätten gerne hier essen wollen

They would have wanted to eat here

Ich glaube nicht, dass du hättest das gegessen

I don’t think you would have eaten that

Ich bin froh, dass du das essen genießt

I am glad that you enjoy the food

Es ist nicht gut dass wir so viel essen

It’s not good that we eat a lot

Vergessen Sie nicht, Zähne zu putzen

Don’t forget to brush your teeth

Dieses essen ist für dich

This food is for you

essen ist für mich wichtig

For me, food is important

Dieses essen ist sehr, lecker

This food is very delicious

Mein Lieblingsessen ist aus Peru

My favourite food is from Peru

Ich hoffe, dass dir dieses essen gefällst.

I hope you like this food.

Ist es wahrscheinlich, dass wir morgen zu Abend essen?

Are we likely to have dinner tomorrow?

Warum willst du es nicht essen?

Why don’t you want to eat it?

Willst du dass wir es essen?

Do you want us to eat it?

Ricky war überrascht, dass Sie alles gegessen hätten.

Ricky was surprised you ate everything.

Was bevorzugen sie, dass wir essen?

What do you prefer us to eat?

Es ist nicht notwendig, dass du essen kaufst.

It is not necessary for you to buy food.

Ist es schlecht, dass wir so viel Zucker essen?

Is it bad that we eat so much sugar?

Ich glaube nicht, dass Sie Schlangen gegessen haben.

I do not think you’ve eaten snake.

Ich glaube nicht, dass du das Abendessen , gemacht hast.

I don’t think you made dinner.

Ich glaube nicht, dass du es vergessen hast.

I don’t think you have forgotten.

Ich glaube nicht, dass Sie den Termin vergessen haben.

I don’t think they forgot the appointment.

Ich glaube nicht, dass du das essen so schnell gemacht hast.

I don’t think you made food that fast.

Wir möchten dass du mit uns essen.

We would like you to eat with us.

Ich bin froh, dass Ihnen das Abendessen gefallen hat.

I’m glad you enjoyed dinner.

Es war nicht notwendig, dass du mehr essen gekauft hat.

You didn’t need to buy more food.

Ich war überrascht dass Sie nicht gegessen würden.

It surprised me that you had not eaten.

Sie können alles ohne Gabel essen.

You can eat it all without a fork.

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Tips to remember the German word “essen”:
1. Associate “essen” with eating an “SS” shaped noodle or pretzel as “SS” are the distinctive letters in the German word.
2. Remember that it sounds somewhat like the English word “essen-ce,” as in the essence of a meal is to eat.

“Essen” is the German infinitive verb meaning “to eat.” It’s a very common verb used in daily conversation, relating to the consumption of food.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Fressen” is another German verb for eating but is used specifically for animals.
– “Speisen” is a more formal way of saying to dine or to eat.

Conjugations of “essen”:
– Infinitive: essen (to eat)
– Present tense: ich esse (I eat), du isst (you eat), er/sie/es isst (he/she/it eats), wir essen (we eat), ihr esst (you all eat), sie essen (they eat)
– Simple past tense: ich aß (I ate)
– Past participle: gegessen (eaten)
– Future simple: ich werde essen (I will eat)
– Konjunktiv II (subjunctive mood): ich äße (I would eat)

Examples of sentences that use “essen”:
– Present: Ich esse gerne Pizza. (I like to eat pizza.)
– Past: Gestern habe ich einen Apfel gegessen. (Yesterday, I ate an apple.)
– Future: Morgen werde ich im Restaurant essen. (Tomorrow, I will eat in a restaurant.)
– Konjunktiv II: Wenn ich mehr Zeit hätte, äße ich jetzt ein Eis. (If I had more time, I would eat an ice cream now.)

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