Why is it "you"? For me it's "They like apples". "Ihr magst Äpfel" = You like apples.
It can mean both. 'Sie' can be the formal you or 'they'. So, 'they like apples' is fine. 'Ihr magst' is wrong, however. It should be 'Ihr mögt Äpfel'.
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To avoid confusion, I should also note that 'Ihr mögt Äpfel' means 'you (pl.) like apples'.
How can you tell the different between she and they in german
She is singular, so you have to use the singular form of the verb whereas they is plural so you then use the plural of the verb , e.g she is drinking = sie trinkt but they are drinking = Sie trinken
i can't understand the narrator
Why can't it be You (formal) like apples?
"sie morgen apfel" can mean both "she likes apple" also "they like apple" ? Which one is correct?
Mögen is plural, so it's 'they'. "She likes apples" would be "Sie mag Äpfel"