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You speak in German 🇩🇪

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

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Tips to remember the German word “sprichst”:
– Associate the word “sprichst” with the English “speak”. They sound somewhat similar, especially the “sp” part at the beginning.
– Use a mnemonic like “Speak –> SPReak –> SPRIchSt”.

– “Du sprichst” directly translates to “you speak” in English and is used when speaking to someone informally, as “du” is the informal or familiar “you” in German.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Sie sprechen” is also “you speak”, but formal.
– “Ich spreche” means “I speak.”
– “Er/sie/es spricht” means “he/she/it speaks.”

Conjugations of “sprechen”:
– Infinitive: sprechen (to speak)
– Present tense:
– Ich spreche (I speak)
– Du sprichst (you [singular informal] speak)
– Er/sie/es spricht (he/she/it speaks)
– Wir sprechen (we speak)
– Ihr sprecht (you [plural informal] speak)
– Sie sprechen (they speak or you [formal] speak)

– Simple past (preterite):
– Ich sprach (I spoke)
– Du sprachst (you spoke)
– Er/sie/es sprach (he/she/it spoke)
– Wir sprachen (we spoke)
– Ihr spracht (you spoke)
– Sie sprachen (they/you [formal] spoke)

– Future:
– Ich werde sprechen (I will speak)
– Du wirst sprechen (you will speak)
– Er/sie/es wird sprechen (he/she/it will speak)
– Wir werden sprechen (we will speak)
– Ihr werdet sprechen (you will speak)
– Sie werden sprechen (they/you [formal] will speak)

Examples of sentences that use “du sprichst”:
– Du sprichst sehr gut Deutsch. (You speak German very well.)
– Du sprichst zu schnell für mich. (You are speaking too fast for me.)
– Du sprichst immer die Wahrheit. (You always speak the truth.)
РSprichst du auch Franz̦sisch? (Do you also speak French?)

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