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To hate in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

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Tips to remember the German word ‘hassen’:
– Associate the word ‘hassen’ with a strong emotion, as it means “to hate” in English.
– Visualize someone expressing intense hatred or anger towards something or someone.

– The German word ‘hassen’ is a verb that expresses a strong feeling of hatred or intense dislike towards someone or something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Verabscheuen
– Abgrundtief hassen (to hate from the bottom of one’s heart)

Conjugations of ‘hassen’:
– Present tense:
– Ich hasse (I hate)
– Du hasst (You hate) (informal)
– Er/sie/es hasst (He/she/it hates)
– Wir hassen (We hate)
– Ihr hasst (You hate) (plural)
– Sie/sie hassen (You/they hate)

– Past tense:
– Ich hasste (I hated)
– Du hast gehasst (You hated) (informal)
– Er/sie/es hasste (He/she/it hated)
– Wir hassten (We hated)
– Ihr habt gehasst (You hated) (plural)
– Sie/sie hassten (You/they hated)

– Future tense:
– Ich werde hassen (I will hate)
– Du wirst hassen (You will hate) (informal)
– Er/sie/es wird hassen (He/she/it will hate)
– Wir werden hassen (We will hate)
– Ihr werdet hassen (You will hate) (plural)
– Sie/sie werden hassen (You/they will hate)

Examples of sentences using ‘hassen’:
1. Ich hasse Spinnen. (I hate spiders.)
2. Sie hassen laute GerΓ€usche. (They hate loud noises.)
3. Warum hasst du mich? (Why do you hate me?)
4. Mein Bruder hat immer deutsche Hausaufgaben gehasst. (My brother always hated German homework.)
5. Wir werden diesen Ort fΓΌr immer hassen. (We will hate this place forever.)

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