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To go up in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

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Tips to remember the German word ‘hinaufgehen’:
– Associate “hinauf” with “high up” since it indicates upward movement.
– Remember “gehen” as the verb “to go,” which is similar in English and German.
– Visualize someone going up a staircase or a hill whenever you think of ‘hinaufgehen’.

– The German verb ‘hinaufgehen’ is a separable verb, meaning that in certain tenses, the prefix “hinauf-” is detached and moved to the end of the sentence.
– It translates to “to go up” or “to ascend” in English and often implies movement to a higher position or place.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘aufsteigen’ (to ascend, to rise)
– ’emporsteigen’ (to climb up)
– ‘hochgehen’ (to go up)

Conjugations of ‘hinaufgehen’:
– Infinitive: hinaufgehen
– Present Tense: ich gehe hinauf, du gehst hinauf, er/sie/es geht hinauf, wir gehen hinauf, ihr geht hinauf, sie gehen hinauf
– Simple Past Tense: ich ging hinauf
– Present Perfect: ich bin hinaufgegangen
– Past Perfect: ich war hinaufgegangen
– Future Tense: ich werde hinaufgehen
– Future Perfect: ich werde hinaufgegangen sein
– Imperative (singular): geh hinauf! or gehe hinauf!
– Imperative (plural): geht hinauf!

Examples of sentences that use ‘hinaufgehen’:
– Wir gehen jeden Morgen auf den Berg hinauf. (We go up the mountain every morning.)
– Gestern bin ich die Treppen hinaufgegangen, statt den Aufzug zu nehmen. (Yesterday, I went up the stairs instead of taking the elevator.)
– Wenn du in das fΓΌnfte Stockwerk willst, musst du hier hinaufgehen. (If you want to go to the fifth floor, you have to go up here.)
– Am Wochenende werde ich auf den Turm hinaufgehen, um die Aussicht zu genießen. (On the weekend, I will go up the tower to enjoy the view.)
– Geh bitte hinauf und hol mein Buch vom Schreibtisch. (Please go up and get my book from the desk.)

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