i wish to clarify:
habt = ihr habe = ich haben = plural subjects hat = sie/es/er
am i correct?
How do you refer to a verb in german, as in english one would say, for example: to eat, to read, to walk...?
I think they end in EN: lesEN, habEN, essEN,... (some don't : seIN, for example)
Why is this not: "Sie hat das Wasser"? Wasser is neuter and here it is used in accusative. I thought that singular nouns MUST have either definite or indefinite article. What am I missing here?
That's mostly true for countable nouns. (With exceptions at least for professions and roles, as you will learn later in the course, e.g. Tom ist Arzt "Tom is a doctor".)
But Wasser is a mass noun, an uncountable noun, and so it doesn't need a determiner in the singular.