"You bring the apple."
Translation:Du bringst den Apfel.
Why is 'Ihr bringen den Apfel' incorrect for this one? Is it from context? (As in it's unlike a group of people would bring a single apple?)
i know that article of apfel is der but why we are doing accusative here, what is the logic behind it
"The Apple" is the direct object of this sentence, and as such requires the accusative case (den Apfel)
Maybe it would help to read the lesson tips :) You can find them by clicking the lightbulb icon before starting a lesson:
Stupid question alert: How do you find the section on Accusative tips and notes!
The lightbulb icon comes up when you click/tap on a lesson. The nominative & accusative notes are in one of the really early lessons.