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To sneeze in German 🇩🇪

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

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German: niesen
Tips to remember the German word: Think of the sound a sneeze makes, which sounds similar to “nee-sen.”
Explanations: “Niesen” is the German verb for “to sneeze.”
Other words that mean the same thing: husten (to cough), schnauben (to sniffle)
– Present tense:
– Ich niese (I sneeze)
– Du niest (You sneeze)
– Er/sie/es niest (He/she/it sneezes)
– Wir niesen (We sneeze)
– Ihr niest (You [plural] sneeze)
– Sie niesen (They sneeze/You [formal] sneeze)
– Past tense:
– Ich nieste (I sneezed)
– Du niestest (You sneezed)
– Er/sie/es nieste (He/she/it sneezed)
– Wir niesten (We sneezed)
– Ihr niestet (You [plural] sneezed)
– Sie niesten (They sneezed/You [formal] sneezed)
– Future tense:
– Ich werde niesen (I will sneeze)
– Du wirst niesen (You will sneeze)
– Er/sie/es wird niesen (He/she/it will sneeze)
– Wir werden niesen (We will sneeze)
– Ihr werdet niesen (You [plural] will sneeze)
– Sie werden niesen (They will sneeze/You [formal] will sneeze)
– Ich habe gerade geniest. (I just sneezed.)
– Seit gestern muss er die ganze Zeit niesen. (Since yesterday, he has been sneezing all the time.)
– Niest du, wenn du erkältet bist? (Do you sneeze when you have a cold?)
– Wir werden gleich niesen müssen, wenn wir in den Blumenladen gehen. (We will have to sneeze soon when we go to the flower shop.)
– Warum niesest du so laut? (Why are you sneezing so loudly?)
– Sie hat gestern nieste und sich einen Taschentuch genommen. (She sneezed yesterday and took a tissue.)
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