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To know in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “To know”

German sentence with “wissen” English translation for wissen S

Sie wissen was zu sagen

You know what to say

Wir wissen, dass sie bald reisen müssen

We know that you have to travel soon

Ich glaube nicht, dass wir das wissen wollten

I don’t think we would have wanted to know

Möchtest du die Wahrheit wissen?

Do you want to know the truth?

Können Sie ihn wissen lassen?

Can you let him know?

Wir brauchen sie für unsere Wissenschaftsgruppe.

We need them for our science group.

Lassen Sie mich wissen, wann Sie den Brief geschrieben haben.

Let me know when you have written the letter.

Ich möchte, wissen was Sie in dieser Situation getan hätten.

I want to know what you would have done in that situation.

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Tips to remember “wissen”:
– “Wissen” looks and sounds similar to the English word “wisdom,” which relates to knowledge. Think of “wissen” as the action of having wisdom or knowledge.
– Associate it with the phrase “to be wise” in English; despite not being a direct translation, it can help memorize the term.
– Create a mental image that ties “wissen” to knowledge, like a wise old professor who knows many things.

– “Wissen” refers to knowing facts or having knowledge about something specific and is usually linked with knowing information or being aware of something that can be articulated.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Kennen” is another German word that means “to know,” but it is used for familiarity with people or places rather than factual knowledge.

Different conjugations of “wissen” (being an irregular verb):
– Infinitive: wissen (to know)
– Present tense:
Ich weiß (I know)
Du weißt (you know – singular informal)
Er/Sie/Es weiß (he/she/it knows)
Wir wissen (we know)
Ihr wisst (you know – plural)
Sie wissen (you/they know – formal/plural)
– Simple past:
Ich wusste (I knew)
Du wusstest (you knew – singular informal)
Er/Sie/Es wusste (he/she/it knew)
Wir wussten (we knew)
Ihr wusstet (you knew – plural)
Sie wussten (you/they knew – formal/plural)
– Present perfect:
Ich habe gewusst (I have known)
Du hast gewusst (you have known – singular informal)
– Future:
Ich werde wissen (I will know)
Du wirst wissen (you will know – singular informal)
Er/Sie/Es wird wissen (he/she/it will know)

Examples of sentences using “wissen”:
– Ich weiß nicht, wo mein Schlüssel ist. (I don’t know where my key is.)
– Wusstest du, dass Berlin die Hauptstadt von Deutschland ist? (Did you know that Berlin is the capital of Germany?)
– Wenn ich mehr Zeit hätte, würde ich mehr über Sterne wissen wollen. (If I had more time, I would want to know more about stars.)
– Nächstes Jahr werden wir wissen, ob das Projekt erfolgreich war. (Next year, we will know if the project was successful.)

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