Why does this sentence have 'einen' instead of 'ein' in it?
After HABEN we have to use accusative. Masculin accusative of ein is EINEN
Why the question mark? Shouldn't the verb come before the subject, both in English and German, if it was a question?
In different situations one might say "we have a father?" instead of "do we have a father?".
I didn't understand either. I think the answer should be "Haben wir einen Vater?" I mean because the question mark the word order differs
Yes, Luke, you have a father :D
"Haben wir einen Vater?" counted as incorrect, is it?
It was counted as correct for me.
Haben wir einen Vater? Is that right
My auto correct changed wir to we and I got it wrong:(
If you're using the app, try using the German keyboard instead of the English to keep this from happening.
On Android Systems at least, you can have both English and German selected in settings, and swipe between them.