How do you use the possessive for Ihr when referencing a masculine or neuter noun?
Ex: How would you say "Your dog" using familiar plural for your. Is it still "Eure Hund"? or "Eur Hund" or something similar to that?
'Euer' is the uninflected form (so is used in masc nom and neut nom/acc). The 'e' is dropped when it is inflected.
While I know that 'schrecklich' would be better for 'terrible', I think the exclamation point drove me to use the stronger English word too. :)
Could this also be translated as 'Your diet is bad?' I know that literally they mean different things, but 'diet' is more commonly used. Can Ernärung also mean diet (meaning the kind of food that you eat, not a way to lose weight)?
It would mean diet as in the kind of food you eat. It wouldn't mean diet as in a low-carb diet, that is die Diät.
I've noticed that german in general seems to use exclamation marks more often.
Should "y'all" be accepted just because it differentiates singular and plural?
Nähr by itself was allowed on facebook scrabble game and google translator said that four letter word alone does mean "nutrition".
I can't hear any audio in these exercises. Anyone else having the same problem?
"Y'all's nutrition is bad" should have been accepted for us folks down in Texas
Really? ! We might have people who use 'youse' as a form of plural you (NZ): duolingo has a hard enough job recognising both mainstream American and English, let alone dialectal English, to expect every variant to be catered for. But I guess you were teasing and I'm not picking that up. :-)