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

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Tips to remember the German word “siehst”:
– Think of the English word “sight” which is similar to “siehst” and relates to seeing.
– “Du” means “you” (informal singular), so pair it with “siehst” (see) to remember “you see.”

– “Du siehst” comes from the verb “sehen,” which means “to see.”
– “Du siehst” is the second-person singular present tense conjugation.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “schauen” can be used in some contexts, meaning “to look” or “to watch.”
– “blicken” also means “to look” with a slight emphasis on the direction of the gaze.

Conjugations of “sehen”:
Present tense:
– ich sehe (I see)
– du siehst (you see) – informal singular
– er/sie/es sieht (he/she/it sees)
– wir sehen (we see)
– ihr seht (you see) – informal plural
– sie/Sie sehen (they/you see) – formal

Simple past (Imperfect) tense:
– ich sah (I saw)
– du sahst (you saw) – informal singular
– er/sie/es sah (he/she/it saw)
– wir sahen (we saw)
– ihr saht (you saw) – informal plural
– sie/Sie sahen (they/you saw) – formal

Future tense:
– ich werde sehen (I will see)
– du wirst sehen (you will see) – informal singular
– er/sie/es wird sehen (he/she/it will see)
– wir werden sehen (we will see)
– ihr werdet sehen (you will see) – informal plural
– sie/Sie werden sehen (they/you will see) – formal

Examples of sentences:
– Du siehst sehr gut aus heute. (You look very good today.)
– Siehst du den Vogel dort? (Do you see the bird over there?)
– Du siehst mΓΌde aus, hast du schlecht geschlafen? (You look tired, did you sleep poorly?)
– Du siehst, was passiert, wenn du nicht aufpasst. (You see what happens when you don’t pay attention.)

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