"Lukas und Anna sind Kinder."

Translation:Lukas and Anna are children.

September 14, 2017



you may be kind but german children are kinder

October 24, 2017


How do know which are to use if it doesnt say ihr or wir

September 21, 2017


Here it's «they». Lukas + Anna = they.

Sie sind kinder = They are children (kids also accepted by DL)

sie sind = plural = they.
Sie sind (with «S») = seems a plural, but its a plural of politeness = polite you.
sie ist = singular = she.

February 9, 2018


When sied is used for plural why using sind then

February 23, 2019


Child and children is the SAME!!!!!

February 21, 2019


I'm not getting voice or text on these "type what you hear" questions, can anyone advise please?

February 22, 2019


There's no "are" kn the options man!

February 24, 2019


What is the rule for sind and seid

March 18, 2019


I use head phones and I absolutely could not make out the name "Lukas" used in this sentence. It sounded like the man said, "Brookis". I got the name wrong and Duo counted it wrong. The rest of the sentence was proper. Should one be penalized for getting a name wrong?

March 19, 2019


Why isnt this seid? I thought sind was only used when the person talking is part of the group they are referring to?

March 28, 2019


I got marked wrong because I said 'Lucas' not 'Lukas' in a listening exercise? That's not fair because I got the German right, just did a different spelling of a name!

April 13, 2019


come on... we shouldn't be penalised for spelling the names wrongly!

April 17, 2019
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