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German Sentence of the Day

Sentence

Du kommst aus Deutschland, oder?

Translation

“You come from Germany, don't you?”



Analysis


Du
     pron. alternative case form of du (you (singular)) (especially when used as a direct address in letters)
     n. literally: the thou, the you (singular)
     pron. thou, you (singular familiar)
kommst
     v. second-person singular present of kommen
     kommen
          v. (intransitive) to come; to arrive
          v. (intransitive) to come to; to come over (go somewhere so as to join someone else)
          v. (intransitive) to get; to make it (go somewhere in a way that implies an obstacle or difficulty to be overcome)
          v. (intransitive) to go to; to be put in (go somewhere in a way that is predetermined or prearranged)
          v. (intransitive) to come on
          v. (intransitive, impersonal) to occur; to happen; to come to be
          v. (intransitive) to be played (of a song or film)
          v. (intransitive, personal or impersonal + dative) to orgasm; to cum
aus
     adv. out
     adv. (with “sein”) over; finished; ceased; up
     adv. (of a device) off
     prep. from; out of; off of
     prep. of; made of; out of
     prep. for; because of; due to; out of
kommst aus
     v. second-person singular present of auskommen
Deutschland
oder
     conj. or
     part. (tag question) right?; is it?; is it not?


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