What is the difference between Ihr habt and Du hast?
Ihr habt : is for plural (unformal)
du hast : is for singular
Sie haben : is for singular and plural (formal)
I say to my father: "Mach langsam (slow down), du hast Zeit." If I speak to both of my parents I say: "Macht (beide) langsam, ihr habt Zeit."
Thanks for that, got it now.
And for gourmets of the German language;
"Ihr habt": The "Plural Majestatis", the common way to speak to an aristocratic person (King/Prince/Count/... etc.) in the Middle Ages. The adress is "Ihr".
Yas; old German!
"Ihre (her) Majestät, die Königin!" (Said to the people) But if one spoke to her then "habt" wasn't used but "haben": "Haben Eure Majestät einen Wunsch?" (Would you like something?)
True, I forgot that/didn't thingk about it. Thanks.