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You say (informal) in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

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

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**Tips to remember the German word “du sagst”:**

1. Break it down into sounds: “du” (sounds like “doo”) and “sagst” (sounds like “zah-gs-t” with a short “a” and a silent “t”).
2. Associate it with something familiar, like the English phrase “you say.” The “sag-” in “sagst” is similar to “say.”
3. Create a mnemonic: Think of a friend (du) who always “says” (sagst) something interesting.


– “Du” is the German informal pronoun for “you” when addressing one person.
– “Sagst” comes from the verb “sagen,” which means “to say” or “to tell.”
– It is the second person present tense conjugation.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**

– “Ihr sagt” can also mean “you say” but is used when speaking to more than one person informally.
– “Sie sagen” means “you say” but in a formal setting, whether you’re talking to one person or many.

**Conjugations of “sagen”:**

– Infinitive: sagen (to say)
– Present:
– ich sage (I say)
– du sagst (you [informal singular] say)
– er/sie/es sagt (he/she/it says)
– wir sagen (we say)
– ihr sagt (you [informal plural] say)
– Sie sagen (you [formal singular/plural] say)
– Simple Past (Imperfekt):
– ich sagte (I said)
– du sagtest (you [informal singular] said)
– er/sie/es sagte (he/she/it said)
– wir sagten (we said)
– ihr sagtet (you [informal plural] said)
– Sie sagten (you [formal singular/plural] said)
– Future:
– ich werde sagen (I will say)
– du wirst sagen (you [informal singular] will say)
– er/sie/es wird sagen (he/she/it will say)
– wir werden sagen (we will say)
– ihr werdet sagen (you [informal plural] will say)
– Sie werden sagen (you [formal singular/plural] will say)

**Examples of sentences:**

1. Du sagst immer die Wahrheit. (You always tell the truth.)
2. Was du sagst, klingt interessant. (What you say sounds interesting.)
3. Du sagst, dass du kommen wΓΌrdest, aber du bist nicht erschienen. (You said you would come, but you didn’t show up.)

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