I remember "geht" from "wei gehts?" and "mir geht's gut". Not sure how it translates into walk?
I think it works like this; So 'Wie geht's?' can be translated as 'How are you going?', so i think 'going' is applied in the same context/meaning as walking.
What is wrong with "He goes quickly"?
I heard it like this: Ihr geht schnell.
How can I differenciate between Ihr and Er?!
In another post, I saw a good example to differentiate between the two sounds:
Ihr sounds like ear
Er sounds like air.
These two words SHOULD have different sounds.
Hope it helps ;-D
which verb is used here? Is this gehen? I thought gehen meant to go.
Yeah, I thought the same. I translated it to " He goes fast" and it accepted it. Still I have the doubt of why its translated to "walks".
Because that is another way the word is used.
Why is sentence "He is coming fast" wrong? Obviusly its different meaning, which its unrecognisable from one sentence.
To come is kommen
gehen is to go or to walk
What's wrong with he wasks fast? English natives would say that often.