"Does your friend have a sister?"
Translation:Hat deine Freundin eine Schwester?
Yes, why can't a regular friend work for this section? Does it have to be a girlfriend?
Assuming you're referring to translating German to English, the friend must be a female (die Freundin). Usually "Deine Freundin" implies girlfriend whereas a female friend would be "die Freundin von dir", but normally the context is clear and this "rule" is sqidgy. A huge problem with Duolingo is the context is never there.
I totally agree. How am I supposed to know it's specifically a GIRLfriend? IF it was "Does your friend (female name) have a sister?" then, that would be understandable, otherwise, makes no sense. :/
Why doesnt "Hat dien Freud eine Schwester" why is it female friend? How am I supposed to know which friend to use?
Why doesn't eure work as well as deine? Eure was a replacement for deine in the last lesson.
It should be okay, too. (This would imply that the group of people has one friend.)
No, it's not "do you have a sister" but "does your girlfriend have a sister" or "does she have a sister" so third person conjugation of the verb is needed not second person. Note that in English we make exactly the same distinction using "do" or "does".
it is not correct scwester eine is not correct haben deinen freudin eine scwester?