I always learned Reisepass... which is what i prefer considering it is what is on a German passport.
Duolingo taught me Reisepass about three years ago. Now it has changed to Pass.
Do you remember it it worked (assuming that you used it)?
I've have never heard the term Pass used in Germany. Officials have always used the term Reisepass when requesting identification.
Is "der Pass" synonymous with "der Reisepass"?
Not quite. You can always use "der Pass" for "der Reisepass", but "der Pass" can have other meanings as well. It can also be a pass that you make when playing sports, and it can describe a mountain pass.
Why einen? I thought it is ein. Pls help
because it's masculine accusative, so it takes the "en". If it had been neuter, it would have been "ein"(Ich habe ein Auto-neuter)
I didn't think "having" something made it accusative? Hmm.