Why du not used instead of dich
Why isn't this "She doesn't like you"?
She doesn't like you= Sie mag dich nicht.
Thanks, that was surprisingly easy now that you point it out..
for me the same ... -.-
Just check the verb carefully - mogen (they), mag (she).
The form of the verb. Mögen represents "we" or "they".
Why is nicht at the end of the sentence and not after the verb?
In general "nicht" is put in front of the word it negate, exept if it is a verb. "Sie mögen nicht dich ... ", is not complete but: "Sie mögen nicht dich, sondern deine Schwester." Or: "Sie mögen nicht dich, sondern mich."
I'd like to know this as well!!
Why it didn't accept "they like you not"
It's not the same?
Why sie mogen is not a formal you?
I guess because "You don't like you" sounds weird, and even if it didn't, why use both formal (Sie) and informal (dich) in the same context?
You (who I am respectful of) don't like you (a third person who I am also talking to) ? Perhaps?
But I agree, it seems fairly unlikely.
When the dogs were barking, my aunt said to the postman: "Sie mögen Sie nicht."
I always write she inatead of they... is there any difference?
The verb conjugates differently for she than for they. It's "sie mag" for she and "sie mögen" for they.
Dich, du, ihr? When to use them?
Thanks for reminding me what people think about me duolingo.
You don't like you does sound strange - it would be 'you don't like yourself' which is a perfectly valid thing to say!
Sie and sich should go together though?
Is there a book that goes with DuoLingo
If its with she,then the verb will be likes whereas in they,it will be like. I hope that helps
The recording is SO bad!
It refused ''They don't like you'',
Why can't it be She instead of They?
I know.:( (