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To see in German 🇩🇪


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

German Sentences with the Word “To see”

German sentence with “sehen” English translation for sehen S

Schön, dich kennenzulernen. ,wiedersehen.

Pleasure to meet you. see you soon.

Ich möchte dich sehen.

I want to see you.

Ich habe das noch nie gesehen.

I have never seen that before.

Ich habe deine Nachricht nicht gesehen.

I did not see your message.

Ich mochte sehr gern, fernsehen.

I liked to watch TV very much.

Ich habe so viel Liebe gesehen, dass

I saw so much love that…

Sie können mehr hier sehen,

You can see more here,

Nachdem er die Polizei gesehen hatte,

After he saw the police

Maria kann sie sehen.

Maria can see them

Gestern habe ich 2 Stunden ferngesehen

Yesterday I watched TV for 3 hours

Ich mag dass, das Sie das Programm gesehen habe.

I like that you have seen the program.

Wenn ich es gesehen hätte, hätte ich es dir gesagt.

If I had seen it, I would have told you.

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Tips to remember the German word “sehen”:
1. Associate “sehen” with the English “see” as they both start with “se.”
2. Visualize the word “see” in your head and then imagine an “h” added in the middle to transform it into “sehen.”

Explanations:
“Sehen” is the German infinitive verb meaning “to see,” used to describe the action of perceiving with the eyes.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “blicken” (to look)
– “schauen” (to look, to watch)
– “beobachten” (to observe, to watch)

Conjugations of “sehen”:
– Infinitive: sehen
– Present tense:
– ich sehe (I see)
– du siehst (you see – singular informal)
– er/sie/es sieht (he/she/it sees)
– wir sehen (we see)
– ihr seht (you see – plural informal)
– Sie sehen (you see – formal)
– sie sehen (they see)
– Simple past tense (Imperfekt):
– ich sah (I saw)
– du sahst (you saw – singular informal)
– er/sie/es sah (he/she/it saw)
– wir sahen (we saw)
– ihr saht (you saw – plural informal)
– Sie sahen (you saw – formal)
– sie sahen (they saw)
– Compound past tense (Perfekt):
– ich habe gesehen (I have seen)
– Future tense:
– ich werde sehen (I will see)

Examples of sentences using “sehen”:
– Present: Ich sehe einen Vogel im Baum. (I see a bird in the tree.)
– Simple past: Gestern sah ich einen alten Freund. (Yesterday I saw an old friend.)
– Compound past: Wir haben den Film schon gesehen. (We have already seen the movie.)
– Future: Morgen werde ich dich wiedersehen. (Tomorrow I will see you again.)

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