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To rest in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ


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

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Tips to remember the German word “sich ausruhen”:
– Break down the word: “sich” means “oneself” and “ausruhen” means “to rest.”
– Associate “ausruhen” with its English equivalent “to rest.”
– Practice using “sich ausruhen” in different sentences to reinforce the meaning and usage.

Explanations:
“Sich ausruhen” is a reflexive verb in German, which means that the action is performed by the subject on oneself. In this case, it refers to resting or taking a break to relax and recover one’s energy. The reflexive pronoun “sich” indicates that the action affects the subject (oneself).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Ausspannen
– Erholen
– Ruhen

Conjugations:
– Present tense: Ich ruhe mich aus (I rest), du ruhst dich aus (you rest), er/sie/es ruht sich aus (he/she/it rests), wir ruhen uns aus (we rest), ihr ruht euch aus (you all rest), sie ruhen sich aus (they rest).
– Past tense: Ich habe mich ausgeruht (I rested), du hast dich ausgeruht (you rested), er/sie/es hat sich ausgeruht (he/she/it rested), wir haben uns ausgeruht (we rested), ihr habt euch ausgeruht (you all rested), sie haben sich ausgeruht (they rested).
– Future tense: Ich werde mich ausruhen (I will rest), du wirst dich ausruhen (you will rest), er/sie/es wird sich ausruhen (he/she/it will rest), wir werden uns ausruhen (we will rest), ihr werdet euch ausruhen (you all will rest), sie werden sich ausruhen (they will rest).

Examples of sentences:
1. Nach einem langen Spaziergang ruhe ich mich gerne aus. (After a long walk, I like to rest.)
2. Erhol dich gut und ruh dich aus, du hast es verdient. (Rest well and take a break, you deserve it.)
3. Wir haben am Wochenende die MΓΆglichkeit, uns auszuruhen. (We have the opportunity to rest on the weekend.)

Note: “Sich ausruhen” is an infinitive form of the verb.

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