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We passed in German 🇩🇪


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

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Tips to remember the German phrase “wir haben bestanden”:
– “Bestanden” sounds similar to “stood by,” which can help you recall that you “stood by” the test or exam, thus you passed it.
– Associate “bestanden” with the English word “withstand,” as in withstanding the challenge of a test.
– Break it down: “wir” (we) is like the English word “we’re”; “haben” (have) sounds like “haven” as in a safe place you reach after you pass something.

Explanation:
– “Wir haben bestanden” translates to “we passed” in English, and it is a German perfect tense construction used to express that an action has been completed in the past.
– “Bestanden” is the past participle of the verb “bestehen,” which means “to pass” when referring to an exam or test.

Other words/phrases that mean the same thing:
– “Wir sind durchgekommen” can also mean “we got through” or “we passed,” communicating a similar idea of successfully completing something.

Conjugations of “bestehen”:
– Infinitive: bestehen
– Present simple: ich bestehe, du bestehst, er/sie/es besteht, wir bestehen, ihr besteht, sie bestehen
– Present perfect: ich habe bestanden, du hast bestanden, er/sie/es hat bestanden, wir haben bestanden, ihr habt bestanden, sie haben bestanden
– Simple past (preterite): ich bestand, du bestandest, er/sie/es bestand, wir bestanden, ihr bestandet, sie bestanden
– Future simple: ich werde bestehen, du wirst bestehen, er/sie/es wird bestehen, wir werden bestehen, ihr werdet bestehen, sie werden bestehen

Examples of sentences that use it:
– “Nach langer Vorbereitung haben wir endlich die Prüfung bestanden.” (After long preparation, we finally passed the exam.)
– “Hast du gehört? Sie haben ihr Abitur bestanden!” (Did you hear? They passed their high school graduation exams!)
– “Wir haben bestanden, und jetzt feiern wir!” (We passed, and now we celebrate!)
– “Ich war so erleichtert zu hören, dass wir den Test bestanden haben.” (I was so relieved to hear that we passed the test.)

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