why "she is seeing the girls" is not correct ???
I believe your answer is correct, you should report it
How can you tell which Sie the sentence is using?
Sie can mean they or she. It is a matter of verb conjugation: if the sentence meant 'they', it would be 'Sie sehen' (they see), whereas if the sentence meant
'she', it would be 'Sie sieht' (she sees).
Yeah, I have the same question
How could you make the girls singular?
She sees the girl = sie sieht das Mädchen.
Can't this also mean "They see the girls."? If you hover over sieht is says it meens sees for he/she/it and see for they.
I thought the same, but the correct form for "they see" would be "sie sehen" .... look for the conjugate button and see (lol) all the forms
Why SEE instead of LOOK AT?
I wrote "She is watching the girls" and it says incorrect.
isn't seeing = watching?
I wrote 'the girls' and yet was announced to be mistaken..
I feel like an idiot. I just reported this for the wrong reason. Mods, just know that I realized my report is wrong.
Could someone please explain why "She is looking at the girls" is wrong?
Why is it er siehst but sie sieht??