"Do you have a sister?"
Translation:¿Tú tienes una hermana?
tho already answered, let me do it again. tu is for 'your' and tú is for 'you'.
I think it depends on what system you're on but on my Mac OS X it's alt e u.
Alt e for the accent and u. Aka tú.
I'm still having trouble distinguishing when to use tiene vs. tienes. Any help would be appreciated.
Use 'tiene' for the third person singular (él/ella/Usted) and tienes for the second person singular (tú).
I get the sentence wrong and when I read the correction and redo, I'm given anyother answer. I don't understand this.