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

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**Tips to remember “du bist gegangen”:**
– Break it down: “du” means “you”, “bist” means “are” (from the verb “sein” – to be), and “gegangen” is the past participle of “gehen” – to go. Linking these meanings can help you recall the phrase.
– Create a mental image: Picture yourself leaving a place and someone pointing at you saying, “Du bist gegangen” (You went/You have gone).
– Use association: Connect “gegangen” with the English word ‘gone’, as they sound similar.

**Explanations:**
– “Du bist gegangen” uses the German present perfect tense which indicates a past action with relevance to the present or an action that has recently been completed.
– The verb “gehen” is a strong (irregular) verb, meaning its past participle “gegangen” is not formed in the regular way, and you have to memorize it.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**
– “Du hast verlassen” can also mean “you went” or “you have left” when referring to leaving a place.
– “Du bist abgereist” can be used for “you departed/left” focusing on the action of setting off on a journey.

**Different conjugations:**
– Infinitive: gehen (to go)
– Present: ich gehe (I go), du gehst (you go), er/sie/es geht (he/she/it goes), wir gehen (we go), ihr geht (you all go), sie gehen (they go)
– Simple Past (Imperfect): ich ging (I went), du gingst (you went), er/sie/es ging (he/she/it went), wir gingen (we went), ihr gingt (you all went), sie gingen (they went)
– Present Perfect (Conversationally used to express the past): ich bin gegangen (I have gone), du bist gegangen (you have gone), er/sie/es ist gegangen (he/she/it has gone), wir sind gegangen (we have gone), ihr seid gegangen (you all have gone), sie sind gegangen (they have gone)
– Future: ich werde gehen (I will go), du wirst gehen (you will go), er/sie/es wird gehen (he/she/it will go), wir werden gehen (we will go), ihr werdet gehen (you all will go), sie werden gehen (they will go)

**Examples of sentences using “du bist gegangen”:**
– “Als das Konzert zu Ende war, bist du gegangen.” (When the concert was over, you left.)
– “Du bist zu frΓΌh gegangen, du hast das Beste verpasst!” (You left too early, you missed the best part!)
– “Warum bist du gegangen, ohne dich zu verabschieden?” (Why did you go without saying goodbye?)

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