the sound quality is very poor on this one
Isn't ihr just for "she" and "they"? Where did "you" come from? (It's not capitalized so it's not formal you...)
Ihr is plural informal "You all" when it's the subject
In listening, is there a way to differentiate "seht ihr" and "sieht er"?
I rushed this one and typed "sieht." I'm usually pretty good with understanding the audio. For some reason, I perceive normal and slow audio somewhere between seht and sieht.
The audio is weird. I was sure I heard "Sieht er uns"
The audio is unclear.
"Zit e ons" can be interpreted in too many ways to be useful.
Why are you all? There is no word all in german sentence.
Its plural informal you.
"Do you see us? " is a Present Simple Tense. "Are you seeing us?" is a Present Continuous Tense. Both answers should be accepted
What is wrong with "sieht er uns"? It sounds the same
audio is still awful
Can this be "Does she see us?"