"Sie wird nie wieder mit mir reden."

Translation:She will never talk to me again.

October 10, 2015



That's harsh...

May 4, 2016


Sie ist immer so dramatisch...

May 7, 2016


Whats the word for again in the sentence

May 15, 2016


again is 'wieder' :)

May 25, 2016


could someone pls tell what is the difference between "reden" and sprechen or sagen??

December 6, 2016


Got this from StackExchange. Sprechen is to speak, sagen is to say, and reden is to talk. Usage seems similar to English.

January 25, 2017


Me too.

December 27, 2016


Also me. Still no one to answer?

January 16, 2017


Why is the verb at the end?

August 9, 2016


In a simple explanation, when you use 2 verbs in a sentence, the infinitive one goes to the end

August 22, 2016


I was wondering the same thing. I don't know/remember if there's an explanation for this in the previous lessons, but it'd be cool to have it in the tips of Future 1. Anyway, thanks @leandro.feitosa for the simple answer! ;o)

September 1, 2016


future construction- werden (conjugated) takes second position and verb infinitive goes to the end

September 3, 2017



January 30, 2017


I put "She will not talk to me any more" and was "corrected" to anymore.

Any more (adverb) in the sense of no longer is correct in British English, but not in American, which draws a distinction between this adverbial sense "I don't know anymore" (I no longer know) and the quantitative "I don't know any more" (I don't know anything more, anything extra).

It's quite a useful distinction, but I don't think it will make immediate headway in the UK.

October 5, 2017


she will talk to me never again.. why wrong?

March 13, 2017


never should go between will and talk

April 27, 2017


If "mir" means "to me" then why is "mit" needed in this sentence? The literal translation would be "She will never talk to to me again" that makes no sense for the extra word.

April 30, 2017


You can think of "mir" as simply translating as "me" - though in spirit it means " to or for me." German uses different forms for different cases, which is not done in English:

  1. accusative - mich (direct action) - meet, feed, hit, look at
  2. dative - somebody doing something for you - write (a letter for s.o. ), send (a parcel or letter to s.o.), talk (with s.o.)

Sometimes a preposition is needed to specify. In this case, we need "mit" to clarify that she is speaking "with" me.

I know - it's not as clearly logical as it maybe should be lol. It is difficult to explain in short; however, I think it became clearer to me as I practiced it.

Hopefully that helps.

August 18, 2017


What does "wieder" do in this sentence? In my notes it means "against".

August 7, 2017


"Wieder" means again, "wider" means contrary or against - thought they sound the same.

August 18, 2017


Why is "They will never again talk to me" wrong?

September 19, 2017


The conjugation of the verb - if it were They / formal you, it would be 'Sie werden'.

January 25, 2018


Sag niemals nie.

September 21, 2017


With "sag" being an imperative form of "sagen", would that translate to Never say never? Am I correct?

November 23, 2017


Das ist richtig.

November 23, 2017


Can someone help explain the word order in this sentence? I understand that the infinitive gets moved to the end, but what about "wieder mit mir"?

October 9, 2017


The literal translation would be: "She will never again with me talk". With the infinitive going to the end of the sentence I think any other word order would just sound odd. But I would like someone to confirm if, for example, "Sie wird nie mit mir wieder reden" would also work (emphasis issue - never again with em vs never with me again).

November 23, 2017


Why is "She will never more talk to me" wrong?

January 20, 2018


The English word order is incorrect. I don't know the specific grammatical rule, but only Edgar Allen Poe gets to say "never more," and then only in poetry.

November 8, 2018
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