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you all speak(informal) ihr alle sprecht
How to say “you all speak(informal)” in German? “Ihr alle sprecht”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ihr alle sprecht” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on you all speak(informal) in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the German word “sprecht”:
– Associate “sprecht” with “speak”. The German verb “sprechen” means to speak, and “sprecht” is similar in sound.
– Remember that verbs ending in “-t” are often second person plural (i.e., β€œyou all” or β€œyou guys”) in the present tense. In German, “ihr” is the informal word for “you all”.

Explanations:
– “Ihr alle sprecht” literally translates to “you all speak” in English.
– “Ihr” is the informal second-person plural pronoun in German, equivalent to “you guys” or “y’all” in English.
– “Sprecht” is the second-person plural present tense form of the verb “sprechen.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Reden” can also mean to talk or speak in a more casual or informal style: “Ihr alle redet.”

Conjugations of “sprechen”:
– Infinitive: sprechen (to speak)
– Present: ich spreche, du sprichst, er/sie/es spricht, wir sprechen, ihr sprecht, sie/Sie sprechen
– Simple Past: ich sprach, du sprachst, er/sie/es sprach, wir sprachen, ihr spracht, sie/Sie sprachen
– Present Perfect (compound past): ich habe gesprochen, du hast gesprochen, er/sie/es hat gesprochen, wir haben gesprochen, ihr habt gesprochen, sie/Sie haben gesprochen
– Future: ich werde sprechen, du wirst sprechen, er/sie/es wird sprechen, wir werden sprechen, ihr werdet sprechen, sie/Sie werden sprechen

Examples of sentences using “ihr alle sprecht”:
– Ihr alle sprecht Deutsch in der Klasse. (You all speak German in class.)
– Sprecht ihr alle Englisch? (Do you all speak English?)
– Wenn ihr alle gleichzeitig sprecht, versteht niemand etwas. (If you all speak at the same time, no one understands anything.)
– Ihr alle sprecht so schnell, dass ich kaum mithalten kann. (You all speak so fast, I can hardly keep up.)

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