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To warm in German 🇩🇪

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

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Tips to remember the German word ‘wärmen’:
– The word ‘wärmen’ is pronounced as ‘vare-men’.
– You can associate the ‘ä’ in ‘wärmen’ with the ‘a’ in the English word ‘warm’ to help remember its meaning.
– The word ‘wärmen’ sounds similar to ‘warmen’, which can remind you of its meaning to warm.

– ‘Wärmen’ is a verb in German, specifically a regular verb in the infinitive form.
– Its English equivalent is ‘to warm’.

Other words that mean the same thing as ‘wärmen’:
– Erwärmen: to heat
– Heizen: to heat
– Aufwärmen: to warm up

Conjugations of ‘wärmen’:
– Present: ich wärme (I warm), du wärmst (you warm), er/sie/es wärmt (he/she/it warms), wir wärmen (we warm), ihr wärmt (you all warm), sie wärmen (they warm)
– Past: ich wärmte (I warmed), du wärmtest (you warmed), er/sie/es wärmte (he/she/it warmed), wir wärmten (we warmed), ihr wärmte (you all warmed), sie wärmten (they warmed)
– Future: ich werde wärmen (I will warm), du wirst wärmen (you will warm), er/sie/es wird wärmen (he/she/it will warm), wir werden wärmen (we will warm), ihr werdet wärmen (you all will warm), sie werden wärmen (they will warm)

1. Ich wärme meine Hände an der Feuerstelle. (I warm my hands at the fire pit.)
2. Kannst du bitte die Suppe für mich aufwärmen? (Can you please warm up the soup for me?)
3. Wir werden uns in der Sauna erwärmen. (We will warm up in the sauna.)

Note: ‘Wärmen’ is an intransitive verb, meaning it doesn’t require a direct object.

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