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To look in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

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**Tips to remember the German word ‘ansehen’:**

1. You might associate ‘ansehen’ with ‘to take a look at something closely’ or ‘to inspect,’ which hints at a closer attention (‘an’ can mean ‘on’ or ‘at’, directing the look to something).
2. Think of the English ‘see’ and imagine adding an ‘an’ in front to intensify the looking, hence ‘ansehen’.


‘Ansehen’ translates to ‘to look at’, ‘to view’, ‘to watch’ or ‘to regard’ in English. It is used to describe the act of looking at something with attention or interest.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**

– ‘Betrachten’ (to consider, to look at)
– ‘Schauen’ (to look, to watch)
– ‘Angucken’ (to take a look at, more colloquial)
– ‘Anblicken’ (to look at)

**Conjugations of ‘ansehen’:**

– Infinitive: ansehen
– Present tense:
– ich sehe an (I look at)
– du siehst an (you look at, informal singular)
– er/sie/es sieht an (he/she/it looks at)
– wir sehen an (we look at)
– ihr seht an (you look at, informal plural)
– sie/Sie sehen an (they/you look at, formal)
– Simple past tense (Imperfekt):
– ich sah an (I looked at)
– du sahst an (you looked at)
– er/sie/es sah an (he/she/it looked at)
– wir sahen an (we looked at)
– ihr saht an (you looked at)
– sie/Sie sahen an (they/you looked at)
– Past participle (used for Perfect, Plusquamperfekt, and Future II): angesehen
– Future tense:
– ich werde ansehen (I will look at)
– du wirst ansehen (you will look at)
– er/sie/es wird ansehen (he/she/it will look at)
– wir werden ansehen (we will look at)
– ihr werdet ansehen (you will look at)
– sie/Sie werden ansehen (they/you will look at)

**Examples of sentences that use ‘ansehen’:**

– Present: “Ich sehe mir gerade einen Film an.” (I am watching a movie right now.)
– Past: “Er sah sich gestern das Fußballspiel an.” (He watched the football game yesterday.)
– Perfect: “Wir haben uns das Museum angesehen.” (We have looked at the museum.)
– Future: “Sie wird sich das neue Video ansehen.” (She will watch the new video.)

Remember, “ansehen” is a separable verb. In different tenses and sentence structures, “an” can be detached and placed elsewhere in the sentence, as in the examples above.

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