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

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Tips to remember the German word ‘bilden’:
– Associate the word ‘bilden’ with the English word ‘to form’ as they have a similar meaning.
– Break down the word ‘bilden’ into syllables: ‘bil-den’, and repeat it several times while visualizing the action of forming or creating something.

‘Bilden’ is a verb in German that means ‘to form’ or ‘to create’. It is often used to describe the act of shaping something or bringing something into existence. This word can be used in various contexts, such as forming an opinion, creating a structure, or shaping one’s character.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Formen: to shape
– Erschaffen: to create
– Entwickeln: to develop

Conjugations of ‘bilden’ (infinitive):
– Present tense: ich bilde (I form), du bildest (you form), er/sie/es bildet (he/she/it forms), wir bilden (we form), ihr bildet (you form), sie bilden (they form)
– Past tense: ich bildete (I formed), du bildetest (you formed), er/sie/es bildete (he/she/it formed), wir bildeten (we formed), ihr bildetet (you formed), sie bildeten (they formed)
– Future tense: ich werde bilden (I will form), du wirst bilden (you will form), er/sie/es wird bilden (he/she/it will form), wir werden bilden (we will form), ihr werdet bilden (you will form), sie werden bilden (they will form)

Examples of sentences using ‘bilden’:
1. Ich mΓΆchte meine eigene Band bilden. (I want to form my own band.)
2. Gemeinsam kΓΆnnen wir eine starke Einheit bilden. (Together, we can form a strong unit.)
3. Die Kunstwerke bilden eine beeindruckende Sammlung. (The artworks form an impressive collection.)
4. Die Erfahrungen haben meinen Charakter geformt. (The experiences have shaped my character.)

[Note: The word ‘bilden’ can also mean ‘to educate’ when used in the context of teaching someone or providing information.]

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