How’d you say in German: “Did you sleep well yesterday?”?

by Manuel November 2. 2018.2 Comments

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In this leschild we’ll go through the verb: schlafen (to sleep)


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Here are some of the sample sentences I go through in the podcast:

Schläfst du schon?

(Sleep you already?)

Are you sleeping already?

Ich schlafe noch nicht.

(I sleep still not.)

I’m still not sleeping.

Ich bin müde, aber ich schlafe noch nicht.

(I am tired, however I sleep still not.)

I’m tired however I’m still not sleeping.

Hast du gestern gut geschlafen?

(Have you yesterday good slept.)

Did you sleep well yesterday?

Wie lange hast du geschlafen?

(How lengthy have actually you slept?)

How long did you sleep?

Ich habe gestern acht Stunden geschlafen.

(I have yesterday 8 hrs slept.)

I slept 8 hours yesterday.

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