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With in German 🇩🇪

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

German Sentences with the Word “With”

German sentence with “mit” English translation for mit S

Kann ich mit Marco reden?

Can I speak with Marco?

Ich spreche mit meinem Bruder.

I speak with my brother.

Du kannst mit mir kommen, wenn du willst.

You can come with me if you want.

Sie können, mit mir die Zeit verbringen.

You can spend time with me.

Ich bin glücklich dass ich hier mit dir leben

I am happy to live with you here.

Willst du mit mir tanzen?

Would you like to dance with me?

Ich habe kein Problem mit dir.

I don’t have a problem with you.

Mein Freund, ich würde mit dir Fußball spielen

My boyfriend, I would like to play football with you

Würdest du mit meinem Vater sich unterhalten?

Would you talk to my dad?

Würdest du mit mir leben?

Would you live with me?

Ich muss mein Gesicht mit spezieller Seife waschen.

I have to wash my face with special soap.

Meine Mutter war mit dem Putzen fertig

My mother had finished cleaning

Früher hat er mit seiner Familie gegessen

He used to eat with his family

Ich werde mit dem Zug nach Europa reisen

I’m going to travel to Europe by train

Ich telefoniere mit meinen Eltern

I speak with my parents on the phone

Ricardo rasiert jeden Tag mit der Tür offen.

Ricardo shaves every day with the door open.

Ich würde mich ärgern, wenn du mit Schuhen ins Bett gehst.

I would be angry if you get into bed with dirty shoes.

Ich habe dir mit mir zu arbeiten angeboten.

I offered them to work with me.

Rafael liebt, mit seinen Freunden zu spielen.

Rafael loves to play with his friends.

Helfen Sie uns mit den Einkäufen.

Help us with the purchases.

Soll ich dir helfen mit Lernen?

Do you want me to help you study?

Wir möchten dass du mit uns essen.

We would like you to eat with us.

Sie müssen es mit Luft waschen.

They have to wash it with air.

Ich verspreche dir mit Hand im Herzen.

I promise it to you with the hand on the heart.

Wolltest du, dass er mit dir arbeitet?

Did you want him to work with you?

Ich weiß, dass du gerne mehr Zeit mit mir hättest verbringen wollen.

I know you would have wanted to spend more time with me.

Es wäre toll gewesen, wenn du mit mir gereist wärst.

It would have been great if you had traveled with me.

mit der richtigen Behandlung wäre sie geheilt.

She would have healed with the right treatment.

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Mit = with

8 months ago

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Tips to remember the German word ‘mit’:
– Associate ‘mit’ with the English word ‘with’ by thinking of the ‘m’ in both words.
– Remember the phrase “I’m going with it”, where “with it” sounds a bit like ‘mit’.
– Visualize a common situation where you’d use ‘with’, like going out with friends, and replace ‘with’ with ‘mit’.

– ‘Mit’ is a preposition in German that is used to denote accompaniment, belonging, participation, or method, similar to how ‘with’ functions in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘Zusammen mit’ is a German phrase that means ‘together with’.
– ‘Bei’ can sometimes convey a meaning similar to ‘with’, depending on the context.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– ‘Mit’ doesn’t have a widely recognized slang meaning in German. It’s a straightforward preposition.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Ich gehe mit meinen Freunden ins Kino. (I am going to the cinema with my friends.)
– Er kommt immer mit seinem Hund. (He always comes with his dog.)
– Bist du mit dem Auto oder mit dem Zug gefahren? (Did you go by car or by train?)
– Wir beginnen mit dem Meeting in fünf Minuten. (We’re starting the meeting in five minutes.)

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