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To measure in German 🇩🇪


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

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Tips to remember the German word “Messen”:

1. Remember the pronunciation: “Messen” is pronounced as “meh-sen.”
2. Associate it with the English word “measure” as both words have a similar meaning.
3. Visualize measuring an object or length using a tape measure or ruler.

Explanations:
The German word “Messen” is the verb form of “measurement” and it means “to measure” in English. It refers to the process of determining the size, length, weight, or quantity of something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Abmessen” (to measure off)
– “Ermitteln” (to determine)
– “Bestimmen” (to define)
– “Bemessen” (to calculate)

Conjugations in different tenses:
– Present tense:
– Ich messe (I measure)
– Du misst (You measure)
– Er/sie/es misst (He/she/it measures)
– Wir messen (We measure)
– Ihr messt (You measure)
– Sie messen (They measure)
– Past tense (simple past):
– Ich maß (I measured)
– Du maßt (You measured)
– Er/sie/es maß (He/she/it measured)
– Wir maßen (We measured)
– Ihr maßt (You measured)
– Sie maßen (They measured)
– Future tense:
– Ich werde messen (I will measure)
– Du wirst messen (You will measure)
– Er/sie/es wird messen (He/she/it will measure)
– Wir werden messen (We will measure)
– Ihr werdet messen (You will measure)
– Sie werden messen (They will measure)

Examples of sentences using “messen”:
1. Kannst du bitte die Länge des Tisches messen? (Can you please measure the length of the table?)
2. Gestern haben wir den Raum vermessen. (Yesterday, we measured the room.)
3. Der Architekt misst die Grundstücksfläche. (The architect is measuring the plot size.)
4. Wie misst du den Druck in den Reifen? (How do you measure the pressure in the tires?)

Note: The verb “Messen” can also have other meanings such as “to attend” or “to gauge,” depending on the context.

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