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We close in German ­čçę­čç¬

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

German Sentences with the Word “We close”

German sentence with “wir schlie├čen” English translation for wir schlie├čen S

Um wie viel Uhr schlie├čen sie?

At what time do they close?

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“Wir schlie├čen” is a German phrase that translates to “we close” in English. It is derived from the verb “schlie├čen,” which means “to close.”

Tips to remember the German word:
– Break down the word into smaller parts: “schlie├čen” consists of the root “schlie├č-” and the ending “-en.”
– Associate it with the English word “close” to draw a connection between the two.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Abschlie├čen: lock up
– Zumachen: shut

– Present tense: ich schlie├če (I close), du schlie├čt (you close), er/sie/es schlie├čt (he/she/it closes), wir schlie├čen (we close), ihr schlie├čt (you all close), sie schlie├čen (they close)
– Past tense: ich schloss (I closed), du schlosst (you closed), er/sie/es schloss (he/she/it closed), wir schlossen (we closed), ihr schlosst (you all closed), sie schlossen (they closed)
– Future tense: ich werde schlie├čen (I will close), du wirst schlie├čen (you will close), er/sie/es wird schlie├čen (he/she/it will close), wir werden schlie├čen (we will close), ihr werdet schlie├čen (you all will close), sie werden schlie├čen (they will close)

Examples of sentences:
1. Wir schlie├čen den Laden um 18 Uhr. (We close the shop at 6 pm.)
2. Kannst du bitte das Fenster schlie├čen? (Can you please close the window?)
3. Gestern schlossen wir eine wichtige Vereinbarung. (Yesterday, we closed an important deal.)
4. Morgen werden sie die Schule abschlie├čen. (Tomorrow, they will finish school.)

Note: In German, the verb “schlie├čen” can have various meanings depending on the context. It can also mean “to conclude,” “to seal,” or “to shut down.” The given conjugations above represent a general overview and may vary in certain situations.

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