"Do you hear us?"
Translation:Hoor je ons?
Because remember that in a question, if the subject is je (or the stressed form "jij"), then the verb loses the -t at the end.
Why is jullie not accepted. I is not clear whether the plural ir singular form should be accepted
Jullie is accepted, with the right conjugation of the verb horen jullie.
Thanks El2theK. Your explanation answered my question/objection before I posted it.
Why is the following answer incorrect?:
"Hoor jou ons?"
El2thK - And why is that? I ask because "je" works, and "jou" seems to only differ in terms of it being the stressed version of it. I must be missing a point here.
El2theK - Oh, I see what you mean. After looking at those graphs it became clearer to me.
I guess it got tricky, because "je" can both work as a "personal subject pronoun" and also as a "personal object pronoun", while as you mention, "jou" cannot.
That's what got me, thanks for the insight.