Have we yet learnt 'Hungrig'? I hadn't seen it, but maybe I missed it?
It isn't introduced yet
I think you're supposed to use haben hunger instead
I tried "Die Menschen haben hunger" and it didn't work.
'hunger' should be capitalized since it's a noun
It worked for me with Hunger
und auch für mich.
Let them eat cake
Leute vs. Menschen - how do you know when to use one or the other?
I believe Leute is informal, Menschen formal..
why is haben used? are is supposed to be bist.
In german, people 'have hunger' instead of are hungry.
Why is not correct Der Mensch haben hunger? if Mensch means people
"Mensch" = person/man, "Menschen"= people/men. There are a lot of different words for people, though, so make sure you know which "people" to use in each case.
Why is it Hungrig not Hunger please?