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To give in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “To give”

German sentence with “geben” English translation for geben S

Würdest du Salz mir geben?

Would you give me salt?

Ich werde ihnen ein Geschenk geben

I am going to give you a present

Können sie es mir geben?

Can you give it to me?

Ich möchte ihnen eine Überraschung geben.

I want to surprise them.

Es ist besser, dass du es der Frau geben.

It’s better that you give it to the woman.

geben Sie ihrer Nichte, Fischsuppe.

Give your niece fish soup.

Hast du Mark ein Geschenk gegeben?

Did you give Mark a gift?

Ich werde sie ihm heute Abend geben.

I’m going to give them to him tonight.

Ich habe sie ihr gegeben, damit sie spielen kann.

I gave them to her to be able to play.

Ich werde dir den am Nachmittag geben.

I will give them to you in the afternoon.

Ich würde dir nicht einmal eine Sache geben.

I would not give you even one thing.

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Tips to remember “geben”:
– You can think of “geben” as the combination of “geb” (sounds like “give”) + “en.” The “geb” part can remind you of “give,” while “en” is a common suffix for German infinitives.
– Associate “geben” with the English phrase “to give birth,” which in German is “Geburt,” also starting with “geb.”

– “Geben” is the German infinitive meaning “to give.” It’s a strong (irregular) verb in German.

Other words that mean the same:
– “Schenken” means “to give” as in giving a gift.
– “Spenden” means “to donate” or “to give to charity.”
– “Reichen” can mean “to pass” or “to hand over.”

Different conjugations of “geben”:
– ich gebe (I give)
– du gibst (you give, singular informal)
– er/sie/es gibt (he/she/it gives)
– wir geben (we give)
– ihr gebt (you give, plural informal)
– sie/Sie geben (they/you give, formal)

Simple Past (Imperfekt):
– ich gab (I gave)
– du gabst (you gave)
– er/sie/es gab (he/she/it gave)
– wir gaben (we gave)
– ihr gabt (you gave)
– sie/Sie gaben (they/you gave)

Present Perfect (Perfekt):
– ich habe gegeben (I have given)
– du hast gegeben (you have given)
– er/sie/es hat gegeben (he/she/it has given)
– wir haben gegeben (we have given)
– ihr habt gegeben (you have given)
– sie/Sie haben gegeben (they/you have given)

– ich werde geben (I will give)
– du wirst geben (you will give)
– er/sie/es wird geben (he/she/it will give)
– wir werden geben (we will give)
– ihr werdet geben (you will give)
– sie/Sie werden geben (they/you will give)

Examples of sentences using “geben”:
– Kannst du mir das Buch geben? (Can you give me the book?)
– Er gab ihr einen Ring zum Geburtstag. (He gave her a ring for her birthday.)
– Es gibt viele Sterne am Himmel tonight. (There are many stars in the sky tonight.)
– Ich werde dir morgen die Antwort geben. (I will give you the answer tomorrow.)
– Wir haben viel Geld für die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation gespendet. (We have donated a lot of money to the charity organization.)
– Gibst du mir bitte das Salz? (Could you please pass me the salt?)

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