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German - English (British) translations for "sie"

"sie" German translation




The German pronoun 'sie' is the third-person singular feminine pronoun, which can refer to a female person or object.

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Meaning: she

Sie geht heute Abend ins Kino.

She is going to the cinema tonight.

Meaning: they

Sie haben gestern ihr neues Auto abgeholt.

They picked up their new car yesterday.

Meaning: you (formal)

Können Sie mir bitte helfen?

Can you please help me?

Meaning: it

Das Buch, das ich suche, habe ich gefunden. Sie lag auf dem Tisch.

The book I was looking for, I found it. It was on the table.

Meaning: her

Ich habe sie gestern im Park getroffen.

I met her in the park yesterday.

Meaning: them (feminine)

Ich habe sie gestern zum Essen eingeladen.

I invited them to dinner yesterday.

Meaning: (formal) you all

Können Sie mir sagen, wo der Bahnhof ist?

(Formal) can you tell me where the train station is?


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A1: Sie ist meine Schwester.

She is my sister.

A2: Kannst du sie sehen?

Can you see her?

A2: Ich habe sie gestern getroffen.

I met her yesterday.

B1: Sie hat mir gesagt, dass sie später kommt.

She told me that she will come later.

B2: Ich werde sie morgen besuchen, falls ich Zeit habe.

I will visit her tomorrow if I have time.

B2: Wenn sie nicht so viel arbeiten würde, hätte sie mehr Freizeit.

If she didn't work so much, she would have more free time.

C1: Sie wäre gerne dabei gewesen, aber sie hatte schon andere Pläne.

She would have liked to be there, but she already had other plans.

C2: Nachdem sie den Marathon gelaufen war, fühlte sie sich erschöpft aber glücklich.

After she ran the marathon, she felt exhausted but happy.

C2: Obwohl sie kein Deutsch spricht, konnte sie sich in der Stadt gut zurechtfinden.

Although she doesn't speak German, she was able to navigate the city well.

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In German language, pronouns are used to replace nouns in sentences. The pronoun 'sie' is used when referring to a single female person or object. For example, 'Sie ist meine Schwester' means 'She is my sister'.

It's important to note that 'sie' can also be capitalized to indicate the formal 'you', which is equivalent to 'Sie' with a capital S. This distinction between informal and formal 'you' is an important aspect of German language and culture.

Additionally, 'sie' can also be used as a plural pronoun, meaning 'they'. In this case, it refers to a group of people or objects that are all feminine. For example, 'Sie sind meine Schwestern' means 'They are my sisters'.

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