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To speak in German 🇩🇪


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

German Sentences with the Word “To speak”

German sentence with “sprechen” English translation for sprechen S

Mein Ziel ist, Deutsch perfekt zu sprechen.

My goal is to speak German perfectly.

Sie müssten zuerst sprechen

They would have to talk first

Das musst du mir versprechen

You have to promise me that.

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sprechen info.

Tips to remember the German word “sprechen”:

1. Associate “sprechen” with “speech” as they sound somewhat similar and both relate to talking.
2. Remember the phrase “to speak in German is ‘sprechen'”.
3. Think of the common expression “Sprechen Sie Deutsch?” (Do you speak German?) as a trigger.

Other words that mean the same thing or are related:

– “reden” (to talk, to chat)
– “sagen” (to say)
– “erzählen” (to tell, narrate)

“Sprechen” is indeed an infinitive form of the verb. Here are the different conjugations:

Present Tense:
– ich spreche (I speak)
– du sprichst (you [singular, informal] speak)
– er/sie/es spricht (he/she/it speaks)
– wir sprechen (we speak)
– ihr sprecht (you [plural, informal] speak)
– sie/Sie sprechen (they/you [formal] speak)

Simple Past Tense (Imperfekt):
– ich sprach (I spoke)
– du sprachst (you spoke)
– er/sie/es sprach (he/she/it spoke)
– wir sprachen (we spoke)
– ihr spracht (you spoke)
– sie/Sie sprachen (they/you spoke)

Present Perfect Tense (Perfekt):
– ich habe gesprochen (I have spoken)
– du hast gesprochen (you have spoken)
– er/sie/es hat gesprochen (he/she/it has spoken)
– wir haben gesprochen (we have spoken)
– ihr habt gesprochen (you have spoken)
– sie/Sie haben gesprochen (they/you have spoken)

Future Tense:
– ich werde sprechen (I will speak)
– du wirst sprechen (you will speak)
– er/sie/es wird sprechen (he/she/it will speak)
– wir werden sprechen (we will speak)
– ihr werdet sprechen (you will speak)
– sie/Sie werden sprechen (they/you will speak)

Examples of sentences that use “sprechen”:

– “Können wir morgen über das Projekt sprechen?” (Can we talk about the project tomorrow?)
– “Sie spricht fließend Französisch.” (She speaks fluent French.)
– “Wann haben Sie zuletzt mit ihm gesprochen?” (When did you last speak with him?)
– “Wir werden darüber sprechen, wenn ich zurückkomme.” (We will talk about it when I come back.)

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