"Do you see me?"
Translation:Seht ihr mich?
Why "seht ihr mich" is correct? "Ihr" is not "you" here because of lower letter
You're confusing a few things. "Sie" has to be capitalised in order to mean "you" (formal), but "ihr" is only capitalised if it means "your" (formal). If it's not capitalised, it can mean "you" (informal, plural), "their" or "her" depending on the context and position within the sentence.
Siehst du mich? = Do you see me? (informal, addressing one person)
Seht ihr mich? = Do you see me? (informal, addressing more than one person)
Sehen Sie mich? = Do you see me? (formal, addressing one or more people)
Sehen sie mich? = Do they see me?
Sieht sie mich? = Does she see me?
Das ist ihr Fahrrad = This is her/their bike
That's awesome!!! This helped me so much. I have multiple tables and if someone could put it as succinctly as you just did, that would be helpful. Vielen dank!
I need to know from a German native if "Siehst mich?" (without "du") is used in all days speaking. Note that I know that is grammatically wrong but only to know if it is used normally. Thanks in advance!
You may have heard "Siehste mich?" The <e> is a very reduced "du". There is also "haste" for "hast du" and more things of the like.
Can anyone tell me what it would translate to using 'ihr' and please explain your response. Thanks in advance :)
"Sehen Sie mich" is in english "Do they see me" so why is that sentence in right solutions if it is not "Do you see me".
When "Sie" is capitalized, it is the formal version of you. Therefore "Sehen Sie mich" is the formal version of asking "Do you see me"
I was told this was correct when writing it in english. But when asked to check the correct german word it read i am incorrect. Please explain.
I can't tell what you are asking. Can you provide any more details? Remember, those reading this page can't tell what version of this question you were asked or what answer you gave.
☺ Umm...is it just me, or did anyone else see that when you choose any answer on this question you're wrong? Like, the correct solution is all of them... :/ ☺