"¿La universidad tiene tres bibliotecas?"
Translation:Does the university have three libraries?
That's just not how questions are phrased in (American) English.
The same way just without the questionmarks. Since the word order of normal sentences and questions can be the same you have a questionmark at the beginning as well, so you immediatley know what it is.
Help..What is the correct answer.After I have put in Does the university have three library's, it still says no....??
Apperently duolingo doesnt like "Does the university have three librarys?" As of 10/6/18 -reported
No, have is correct. You conjugate 'do' (3. Person Singular - does) and 'have' stays as infinitive.
Yes. "Have" is correct.
By the way, the "Infinitive" is "to have"
"Have" is the BASE FORM (or ROOT) of the verb.