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To fall in love in German 🇩🇪


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

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Tips to remember the German word “sich verlieben”:
– Break down the word: “ver-” is a prefix that indicates a change or transformation, and “lieben” means “to love.”
– Create a mental image or association to remember the word, such as picturing yourself falling into a “love” pool or “ver-lieben” trap.
– Practice using the word in context by forming sentences or engaging in conversations.

Explanations:
“Sich verlieben” is a reflexive verb in German, meaning that it is always used with a reflexive pronoun (such as “ich verliebe mich” – I fall in love). The reflexive pronouns used with “sich verlieben” are as follows:
– ich verliebe mich (I fall in love)
– du verliebst dich (you fall in love)
– er/sie/es verliebt sich (he/she/it falls in love)
– wir verlieben uns (we fall in love)
– ihr verliebt euch (you all fall in love)
– sie verlieben sich (they fall in love)

Other words that mean the same thing as “sich verlieben” include “sich verknallen” (to fall madly in love), “sich verlieben in” (to fall in love with), and “sich hals-über-kopf verlieben” (to fall head over heels in love).

Examples of sentences that use “sich verlieben”:
1. Ich habe mich in ihn verliebt. (I fell in love with him)
2. Sie verliebt sich immer sehr schnell. (She always falls in love very quickly)
3. Wir haben uns auf den ersten Blick verliebt. (We fell in love at first sight)
4. Wirst du dich jemals wieder verlieben? (Will you ever fall in love again?)
5. Sie hat sich endlich verliebt und ist glücklich. (She has finally fallen in love and is happy)

Note: “Sich verlieben” is an infinitive verb form that remains the same regardless of tense or mood in German. The reflexive pronoun and the verb “verlieben” may change depending on the subject and the reflexive pronoun used.

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