These genitive lessons seem to have about three or four actual genitive sentences and then a bunch of random nonsense.
"Am I a toy?" Implies that I do not know if I am a toy or not. I saw the sentence as "I am a toy?" which implies I jut found out I am indeed a toy and cannot believe it. I was wrong but now I'm wondering how I convey "I am a toy?"
When the verb is used first, it is a question. The statement "I am a toy" = "Ich bin ein Spielzeug".... Unless maybe in Umgangssprache it is inflected.
The correct way to say this would be raises. :) Not sure what your first language is, but I agree haha.
I couldn't tell if whether or not this was a question given the way she said it, this sounded like a statement c:
I see because a question usually starts with the conjugated verb in a situation like that :D thank you so much :)
I think that if you put, "I am a toy?" it would still pose as a question.