"Do you have bread?"
Any time a question is used in Polisy, the word 'czy' must proceed the question. For example: "Do you have bread?" would be "Czy masz chleb?"
„Chleba” is genitive. It is used with some verbs, such us „szukać” and with some negations of verbs, like „nie mieć”.
Can you use "Macie" as a check list ? for example " Macie chleb? Macie wode? Macie psy? Macie koty? can you use it as a run on checklist or something? might be easier no?
You could use it in a checklist context. Or if the other person already knows that you are running a checklist, you can just use nouns alone (and the other person would answer with „jest” or „są”, depending on number). Like:
„Ma” is the third person singular form. So that way you would ask "Does he/she/it has bread?" The correct forms here are „masz” for singular you and „macie” for plural you.
EDIT: In formal situations, you would use third person instead of second person, but you absolutely must include „pan”/„pani”.
I typed "macie chleb?" and it said it was correct. Is there a difference between "macie" and "masz"?