Question: Why do Germans use doch?

You use doch to convey mood or emphasis. It has no specific grammatical purpose, but the feeling of a sentence changes when you add or remove it. Because doch has no specific meaning that can be translated to an English word, you have to learn it in context, through examples.

How do you use doch in German sentences?

Doch has many other uses as well. As an adverb, it can mean “after all” or “all the same.” Ich habe sie doch erkannt! “I recognized her after all!” or “I did recognize her!” It is often used this way as an intensifier: Das hat sie doch gesagt. = “She did say that (after all).”

How do you use doch in German?

Doch has many other uses as well. As an adverb, it can mean “after all” or “all the same.” Ich habe sie doch erkannt! “I recognized her after all!” or “I did recognize her!” It is often used this way as an intensifier: Das hat sie doch gesagt. = “She did say that (after all).”

What does Dach mean?

DACH is an acronym used to describe Germany (D), Austria (A), and Switzerland (CH). These neighboring countries represent the largest community where German acts as the de-facto nationwide official language and is the first language of the vast majority of the people.

What language is German?

German Germany/Official languages

What does dosh mean in English?

money British, informal. : money Its a bit ironic that so much dosh is being spent grubbing about for any sign of life on Mars when we still have only a vague inkling of the life that once existed on Earth. —

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