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

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Tips to remember the German word “sich beeilen”:
– Break down the word: “sich” means “oneself”, and “beeilen” means “to hurry”. So “sich beeilen” literally translates to “to hurry oneself”.
– Associate it with a situation where you need to rush or hurry to remember the word.
– Practice the pronunciation by repeating “sich beeilen” aloud.

In German, “sich beeilen” is a reflexive verb, which means that it requires an object pronoun “sich” before the verb. It indicates the action of hurrying oneself or rushing.

Other words with a similar meaning:
– “hetzen” means “to rush” or “to hustle”
– “eilen” means “to hasten” or “to speed”

– Present tense:
– Ich beeile mich = I hurry myself
– Du beeilst dich = You hurry yourself
– Er/sie/es beeilt sich = He/she/it hurries oneself
– Wir beeilen uns = We hurry ourselves
– Ihr beeilt euch = You (plural) hurry yourselves
– Sie beeilen sich = They hurry themselves

– Past tense:
– Ich habe mich beeilt = I hurried myself
– Du hast dich beeilt = You hurried yourself
– Er/sie/es hat sich beeilt = He/she/it hurried himself/herself/itself
– Wir haben uns beeilt = We hurried ourselves
– Ihr habt euch beeilt = You (plural) hurried yourselves
– Sie haben sich beeilt = They hurried themselves

1. Ich muss mich beeilen, sonst werde ich den Zug verpassen. (I have to hurry myself, otherwise I’ll miss the train.)
2. Beeil dich, oder wir werden zu spรคt kommen! (Hurry yourself, or we will be late!)
3. Er hat sich beeilt und den ersten Platz erreicht. (He hurried himself and achieved the first place.)

Note: Remember to adjust verb conjugations based on the subject and tense used in the sentence.

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