"Seht ihr uns?"
Translation:Do you see us?
November 11, 2017
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Isn't ihr just for "she" and "they"? Where did "you" come from? (It's not capitalized so it's not formal you...)
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 unclear. "Zit e ons" can be interpreted in too many ways to be useful.
"Do you see us? " is a Present Simple Tense. "Are you seeing us?" is a Present Continuous Tense. Both answers should be accepted