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To hurt in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

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Tips to remember the German word “schmerzen”:

– Pronunciation: sh-mer-ts-en
– Visual association: Imagine a person who is in pain and grasping their arm while saying “schmerzen.”
– Connect it to a similar English word: “Schmerzen” sounds similar to the English word “hurt,” which means the same thing.
– Repeat and practice using the word in sentences to reinforce your memory of it.

“Schmerzen” in German means “to hurt” or “to ache.” It refers to physical or emotional pain that someone experiences.

Other words that mean the same thing: leiden (to suffer), wehtun (to ache), verletzen (to injure)

Conjugations of “schmerzen”:
– Present tense: ich schmerze (I hurt), du schmerzt (you hurt), er/sie/es schmerzt (he/she/it hurts), wir schmerzen (we hurt), ihr schmerzt (you hurt), sie schmerzen (they hurt)
– Past tense: ich schmerzte (I hurt), du schmerztest (you hurt), er/sie/es schmerzte (he/she/it hurt), wir schmerzten (we hurt), ihr schmerztet (you hurt), sie schmerzten (they hurt)
– Future tense: ich werde schmerzen (I will hurt), du wirst schmerzen (you will hurt), er/sie/es wird schmerzen (he/she/it will hurt), wir werden schmerzen (we will hurt), ihr werdet schmerzen (you will hurt), sie werden schmerzen (they will hurt)

Examples of sentences:
1. Mein Kopf schmerzt heute. (My head hurts today.)
2. Die Behandlung kΓΆnnte ein wenig schmerzen. (The treatment might hurt a little.)
3. Ihre Worte haben mich sehr geschmerzt. (Her words hurt me a lot.)
4. Nach dem Unfall schmerzt mein Bein. (My leg hurts after the accident.)
5. Wir werden bald schmerzen. (We will hurt soon.)

Please note that “schmerzen” is an intransitive verb, so it doesn’t take a direct object. Also, “schmerzen” can be used as both a singular and plural verb, depending on the context.

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