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To look for in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “To look for”

German sentence with “suchen” English translation for suchen S

Ich wollte einen Lehrer besuchen.

I would like to visit a teacher.

Kannst du zu meinem Haus, kommen um meine Familie zu besuchen?

Can you come to my house to visit my family?

Wir würden unsere Freunde besuchen.

We would visit our friends.

Sie würden versuchen, andere Sprachen zu lernen.

You would try to learn other languages

Kannst du danach suchen?

Can you look for that?

Sicher werde ich dich besuchen

For sure, I am going to visit you

Vielleicht hätten wir Nicholas besuchen können

Maybe we could have visited Nicholas

Werden Sie ihn besuchen, wenn Sie nach Schweden reisen?

When you travel to Sweden are you going to visit him?

Ich hoffe, dass sie können mich besuchen

I hope that you guys can visit me

Versuchen Sie diese, Äpfel

Try these apples

Versuchen Sie das Kleid.

Try on the dress.

Ich werde nach ihnen suchen.

I am going to look for them.

Es wäre besser, wenn wir ihn mehr besuchen.

It would be better if we visit him more.

Wir würden uns freuen, ob sie sind uns zu besuchen gekommen.

We would be glad if you came to visit us.

Ich möchte euch diese Woche besuchen.

I would like to visit you guys this week.

Es ist besser, wenn wir sie morgen besuchen.

It is better if we visit them tomorrow.

Sie müssen sie morgen besuchen.

You must visit them tomorrow.

Möchtest du es, hier zu versuchen?

Do you want to try it here?

Wenn ich mehr Zeit hätte, würde ich dich oft besuchen

If I had more time I would visit you frequently.

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Tips to remember the German word ‘suchen’:
– The word ‘suchen’ somewhat sounds like “searching” in English, and they have the same meaning.
– Think of someone saying, “So, can you help me look for it?” This phrase could help you link the sound of “so, can” to ‘suchen’.

– ‘Suchen’ means ‘to look for’ or ‘to search for’ in English.
– It is an infinitive form of a regular German verb.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘fahnden nach’ (to search for, often in a legal or police context)
– ‘ausschau halten nach’ (to keep an eye out for)

– ich suche (I look for)
– du suchst (you look for, informal singular)
– er/sie/es sucht (he/she/it looks for)
– wir suchen (we look for)
– ihr sucht (you look for, informal plural)
– sie/Sie suchen (they/you look for, formal)

Simple Past:
– ich suchte (I looked for)
– du suchtest (you looked for, informal singular)
– er/sie/es suchte (he/she/it looked for)
– wir suchten (we looked for)
– ihr suchtet (you looked for, informal plural)
– sie/Sie suchten (they/you looked for, formal)

Compound Past (Present Perfect):
– ich habe gesucht (I have looked for)
– du hast gesucht (you have looked for, informal singular)
– er/sie/es hat gesucht (he/she/it has looked for)
– wir haben gesucht (we have looked for)
– ihr habt gesucht (you have looked for, informal plural)
– sie/Sie haben gesucht (they/you have looked for, formal)

– ich werde suchen (I will look for)
– du wirst suchen (you will look for, informal singular)
– er/sie/es wird suchen (he/she/it will look for)
– wir werden suchen (we will look for)
– ihr werdet suchen (you will look for, informal plural)
– sie/Sie werden suchen (they/you will look for, formal)

Examples of sentences that use ‘suchen’:
– Ich suche meinen Schlüssel. (I am looking for my key.)
– Wir suchten den ganzen Tag nach dir. (We were looking for you all day.)
– Hast du deine Brille schon gefunden, oder suchst du immer noch? (Have you found your glasses or are you still looking?)
– Er wird nächste Woche einen neuen Job suchen. (He will look for a new job next week.)

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