"David and Max, are you tired?"

Translation:David und Max, seid ihr müde?

October 18, 2017



Why is David and max, bist du mude wrong?

November 20, 2017


I understood my mistake. Du bist is used for singular informal. Seid ihr for plural informal

November 20, 2017


That's right.

November 21, 2017


Du / bist is singular.

December 6, 2017


What is the difference between sie and ihr, seid and bist

November 19, 2017


Sie and ihr are pronouns meaning she/they and you (pl.) respectively. Bist and seid are forms of verb sein (to be) for singular and plural of you which will then be: du bist and ihr seid. I am aslo just learning and this is how I uderstood it so don't take me for granted. Plus ihr can have other meanings genitiv and dativ forms of sie.

December 8, 2017


would "ihr seid müde?" be accurate or is word order important here?

December 9, 2017


Word order is important. Yes-no questions have the verb at the beginning.

In English, too, we say "Are you tired?".

December 11, 2017


So, would a non-yes-no have the verb afterward? Like how in English, we have "Where is the Restroom?" where the verb (is) is after the question-indicative word?

April 1, 2019


Do adjectives not have to agree in German?

February 22, 2018


For some reason, they're saying müde is wrong? Then when I put their correction, müde is the right one?

October 18, 2017


    It's not wrong. Maybe you had a spelling mistake? If you are confident your answer should have been marked as correct, you can report it during the lesson. If you think that it's a bug with the app rather than the exercise you can report that here.

    October 18, 2017
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