"Do you go?"
This is second person plural. What is the second person singular version of the question?
Geht ihr? : plural (Are you guys going?)
Gehst du? : singular (Are you going?)
Du gehst? : incorrect
"Geht sie?" is "Is she going?"
"Gehen sie?" is "Are they going?"
"Gehen Sie?" is "Are you going?" (formal)
Just like in English, you invert the order in a question. It's just more complicated in English. "Do you go?" vs. Gehst du?
My question too. I just ran into this issue with the latest level. This will be interesting to say the least
I put Läuft and it was also correct,duo just alearted me to pay attention to the accent. What about verb Laufen, should we translate it as run, go or walk?
Gehen is to go, laufen is to run. They accept multiple answers so people don't get frustrated.
Du is singular, and ihr is plural.
"Gehst du?" : Are you going?
"Geht ihr?" : Are you guys going?
There is also Sie, which is the formal you for your boss, strangers et cetera.
"Gehen Sie?" : Are You going? (formal)