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You carried in German 🇩🇪

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

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Tips to remember the German word “du trugst”:
– Think of the phrase “you trusted your strength to carry” and focus on the word “trusted” which sounds a bit like “trugst” to remember “you carried.”
– “Trugst” is part of the verb “tragen,” which means to carry, wear or bear. Picture yourself wearing (tragend) a heavy bag in the past, and remind yourself that in German you would have said, “du trugst” that bag.

– “Du trugst” is a form of the verb “tragen” in the simple past tense (Präteritum), which is used to describe actions that were completed in the past in formal writing or storytelling.
– The simple past is often replaced by the present perfect (Perfekt) tense in spoken German, with “tragen” becoming “du hast getragen.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Du hast getragen” is the present perfect tense for “you carried” as commonly used in spoken German.
– “Er/Sie/Es trug” which means “he/she/it carried” is the third-person singular form in the simple past tense.

Different conjugations of “tragen”:
– Infinitive: tragen (to carry)
– Present tense: ich trage (I carry), du trägst (you carry), er/sie/es trägt (he/she/it carries), wir tragen (we carry), ihr tragt (you all carry), sie/Sie tragen (they/you formal carry)
– Simple past: ich trug (I carried), du trugst (you carried), er/sie/es trug (he/she/it carried), wir trugen (we carried), ihr trugt (you all carried), sie/Sie trugen (they/you formal carried)
– Future tense: ich werde tragen (I will carry), du wirst tragen (you will carry), er/sie/es wird tragen (he/she/it will carry), etc.

Examples of sentences using “du trugst”:
– Als Kind trugst du immer deine Lieblingsspielzeuge bei dir.
(As a child, you always carried your favorite toys with you.)
– Du trugst die Verantwortung für das Projekt.
(You bore the responsibility for the project.)
– Erinnerst du dich, als du trugst das schwere Paket alleine nach oben?
(Do you remember when you carried the heavy package upstairs by yourself?)

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