juan no tiene un amigo.
He knows what he did.
shouldn't it be "¿es Juan tu amigo?"
It can be, yes. But Duo frequently makes questions by putting question marks around statement word order, like here. However, there are other word orders that should also be accepted, and usually are.
"¿Es Juan tu amigo?"
It is correct
I'm from Mexico xd
Can anyone explain the difference in usage for tu and tú? Thanks
Tú means you (the pronoun) and Tu means your (the possessive adjective).
I was marked wrong for "Tu amigo es Juan," can anyone explain why?
I think this was because of the sentence order. Your answer means the same thing, but you've changed the sentence structure. If I were to translate it, your answer would be "Your friend is Juan", not what was originally asked.
But hey, I'm not sure.
Why isn't it "su" instead of "tu"?
It could be "su," in the formal singular "you" or the plural "you," but it would be ambiguous without context since "su" is also used for both the singular and plural third person (his/her/their).
Why was "amiga" not accepted?! Couldn't either "amigo" or "amiga" be acceptable?
Juan is a guy so you'd use amigo
También podría ser "¿Tu amigo es Juan?"
¿Juan es amigo tuyo?
Es más normal es español. Creo que debe admitirse. Gracias.
It should be "¿Es Juan tu amigo?"
It was marked correct with that answer 02/22/2019
Why can't it be "El Juan es tu amigo?" If he's the subject of the phrase then why is there no article?
Why is A Juan es tu amigo wrong?
Juan is the subject of the sentence.
How can I know which name is guy's name and which is girl's name? For me Juan sounds like a girl
That's going to have to just be part of the vocabulary you aquire. You can generally look these things up for unfamiliar names.
I dont know how to do beginning question mark on my phone keyboard
What is the difference between "es" and está?
Es indica naturaleza o permanencia: es rubio, moreno, es hijo, es amigo.
Está: indica algo más transitorio. Está en casa, está bien, está enfermo, está dormido...
This was kinda actullay esay