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If there is no continuous aspect in German would look at me be Aussehen mich

March 8, 2018

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https://www.duolingo.com/Wobblz

"Look at me" is an imperative, and thus uses the German Imperativ.
"Look at me" ist Imperativ, also man den Imperativ benutzt. (Damit kannst Du dein Deutsch verbessern (: )

To look at sth. (watch sth.) = etw. anschauen = imperative, "schau etw. an!"
"Look at me" = "Schau mich an!"
Alternatively, you can say "Seh mich an!" which means the same thing. Still interested in the Imperativ? It takes a few different forms depending on whom you are speaking to.

"Schau(e) mich an!" (Speaking informally, as a command)
"Schauen Sie mich an!" (Speaking formally, you might write this in an email to someone you know about a performance or so)
"Schaut mich an!" (To a group of people, not including yourself.)
"Schauen wir mich an!" (This one doesn't work very well. 'wir' imperatives pretty much translate to "let's ..." so this would be "Let's take a look at myself!")

March 8, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/Marie973350

Well done, just two small corrections:

  1. Word order: ...also benutzt man den Imperativ oder weshalb man den Imperativ benutzt

  2. Sieh mich an!

March 8, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/Max.Em

Hm, but where is the connection between continuous aspect and commands? German has no gerund, that's all.

March 8, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/slamRN

Schau mich an! Heute habe ich 300 Tage!

March 8, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/sweilan1

Gut gemacht!

March 8, 2018
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