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Wave in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

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Tips to remember the German word “die Welle”:
1. Associate the word “Welle” with the English word “well,” as in water well. Imagine water rippling out in waves from a well to help remember the connection.
2. Visualize a “wave” and think of a bell (Welle sounds similar to bell), and imagine the sound of the bell rippling out like a wave.

– “Die” is the feminine definite article in German, used for feminine nouns like “Welle.”
– “Welle” is the singular form of the noun in the nominative case, which is the case used for the subject of a sentence.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Die Brandung” ca refer to the surf or breakers at the seaside, which also has to do with waves.
– “Der Wellengang” can refer to the swell or motion of waves, especially at sea.
– “Die DΓΌnung” is more specific to the swell of the sea, especially over a wide area.

Alternate meanings and slang:
– In certain contexts, “Welle” can also refer to a trend or movement (e.g., “eine Welle der Begeisterung” – a wave of enthusiasm).
– “Auf einer Welle reiten” is a phrase meaning to ride a wave, either literally or figuratively (to be on a trend).
– “Welle” can also refer to radio waves in the context of broadcasting (e.g., “auf der Welle …” – on the wave/frequency of…).

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Der Surfer reitet auf der großen Welle. (The surfer is riding the big wave.)
– Die Welle hat das Boot zum Schaukeln gebracht. (The wave caused the boat to rock.)
– Nach dem Konzert kam eine Welle der Begeisterung auf. (After the concert, there was a wave of enthusiasm.)
– Kannst du die Welle dieses Radiosenders empfangen? (Can you receive the wave/frequency of this radio station?)

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