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We ate in German 🇩🇪

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

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**Tips to remember the German word “aßen”:**

1. Break it down phonetically: “aßen” sounds like “Ah-ssen.” You can associate it with “Ah, essen!” (Oh, to eat!) to help remember it.
2. Link it to the English word “eat” as both have an “e” at the start, even though the pronunciation changes.
3. Visualize a group of people eating together to represent “wir” (we).


– “Wir aßen” is the first-person plural simple past tense of the verb “essen,” which means “to eat.” It’s equivalent to “we ate” in English.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**

– “Speisten” is a more formal way to say that you ate. So “wir speisten” is like saying “we dined” in English.
– “Haben gegessen” is the present perfect version, so “wir haben gegessen” means “we have eaten.”


– Infinitive: essen
– Present: ich esse (I eat), du isst (you eat), er/sie/es isst (he/she/it eats), wir essen (we eat), ihr esst (you all eat), sie essen (they eat)
– Simple past: ich aß (I ate), du aßt (you ate), er/sie/es aß (he/she/it ate), wir aßen (we ate), ihr aßt (you all ate), sie aßen (they ate)
– Future: ich werde essen (I will eat), du wirst essen (you will eat), er/sie/es wird essen (he/she/it will eat), wir werden essen (we will eat), ihr werdet essen (you all will eat), sie werden essen (they will eat)

**Examples of sentences using “aßen”:**

– Gestern Abend **aßen** wir zusammen im neuen Restaurant.
(Yesterday evening, we ate together at the new restaurant.)

– Als Kinder **aßen** wir oft bei unseren Großeltern.
(As children, we often ate at our grandparents’.)

– Wir **aßen** schnell, weil wir zum Kino eilen mussten.
(We ate quickly because we had to rush to the cinema.)

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