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Weak in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

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Tips to remember the German word ‘schwach’:
– Associate the German word “schwach” with its English counterpart “weak” by focusing on their shared “w” sound at the beginning of both words.
– Think of “schwach” as a person feeling weak who “shh-wants a snack” to regain strength, using the similarity in sound to remember the word.
– Create a mnemonic using the word parts, for example, “Somebody Help Weak ACHing creatures.” The ‘S’ in ‘Somebody’ helps you remember ‘schwach’ starts with ‘S’, and ‘ACHing’ points to the last part of the word ‘schwach’.

– “Schwach” in German is an adjective that is directly translated to “weak” in English and can be used to describe a lack of physical strength, power, or intensity.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Gebrechlich” can also mean physically weak, often used when referring to frailty due to illness or age.
– “Kraftlos” is another word that can be used to describe a lack of strength or power.

Alternate meanings and slang:
– “Schwach” can also imply a lack of mental or emotional strength like in English.
– In a slang context or colloquial speech, “schwach” could be used to describe something that is poorly performed or unimpressive, akin to calling it “lame” or “pathetic” in English.

Examples of sentences:
– “Er fΓΌhlte sich schwach nach der langen Wanderung.” (He felt weak after the long hike.)
– “Das ist eine schwache Ausrede!” (That’s a weak excuse!)
– “Die Lampen sind zu schwach und ich kann nicht gut lesen.” (The lamps are too weak and I can’t read well.)
– “In diesem Semester waren meine Noten schwach.” (My grades were weak this semester.)
– “Wenn du krank bist, ist dein Immunsystem schwach.” (When you’re sick, your immune system is weak.)

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