He's a real estate agent
He could also be a zookeeper, possibly one with a very hungry horse, and a pregnant wife with tomato cravings.
Or maybe a janitor?
And that was really funny
Warum hast du NICHT neunzehn schlüssel?
My first thought
Now we're asking the big questions
"Why does he have nineteen keys?" Good question...
Oh, but for his nineteen houses, of course.
One of the upcoming questions at the presidential debates
He/she/it usually followed by 'has' not 'has'
Yes, wHy'D hE hAvE 19 kEyS?...
Am starting to understand the need to translate Deutsch to literal common English. Hence 'Warum' in addition to 'Why' needs the does in the context of this sentence.
wasnt correct; why does he has nineteen keys?
This sentence is incorrect in english as well. It's "have". Not "has"
Warum haben sie neunzehn schlussel? whould this be ok
If you want to use the formal you form, it has to have the capital 'S', "Warum haben Sie..."
He > Has Not Have
"Why he has nineteen keys?"
this is not correct solution? why? if you switch has and he it is right to duolingo....
It's not natural English. No native English speaker would say that. "Why has he got nineteen keys" or "Why has he nineteen keys" or should count. But not "Why he has..."
"Why has he nineteen keys" sounds rather odd to me.
It does. But sometimes, if posed as a rhetorical, almost theatrical question, it might be said that way, I think.
Or as a 19thCentuary exclamation, "Why, he has nineteen keys! For what earthly purpose might the blighter need so many?
Yesterday there was a question "Seven trousers and shirts?", what the hell?!!
"Why does he have 19 keys?" also works
probably because he's an idiot
Solution is incorrect
It's very much correct