I'm just curious why nicht is at the end of the sentence.
The placement of nicht is something that you just have to get a sense for.
Why "She does not like dresses" is not correct???plural nouns in english dont' need the article...or yes???
That would be 'Sie mag keine Kleider' in German.
thanks...it make sense now
Yes i put that answer and they said it was wrong it could be either or
How do you know if it is she or they?
'They' -> 'Sie mögen'
isn't Sie also the formal 'you'?
yes, but that would also be 'Sie mögen'
The "sie" that means "you" will always be capitalized, like "I" in English. There's no way to tell it, when spoken, though, so you would go on context.
Remember the conjugation of the verb, most of the time it would say you the pronoun. Not always, sometimes it is inferred from the context.
Sie ist --at the end always t is she Oky at the end always en and they
Can you say "Sie mag nicht die Kleider"? If not, why? I am confused.:(
Proper German: "Sie mag keine Kleider."
I think, because of this (quoted from DL's tips and notes):
...Finally, "nicht" also tends to come at the end of sentences (after direct objects like "mir" = "me,"...
I think in this sentence "die Kleider" is a direct object
This recording is horrible
Isn't mag for "Ich"? And "mögen" for "sie"?