"Schwestern" sisters / sister / nun So what is wrong here? Do you have sister? Is the dictionary wrong or what?
Damn. I got confused with the spelling in Geswistern and Swestern and used an I instead of an e.
I asked "do you have nurses?" And it said no.
But it translates to both! D:
fluent English is "Do you have any sisters?" What about the fluent sentence in German?
Actually, the count adjective "any" isn't required in English fluency here. Literally, "have your sisters?" or Do you have sisters?" is perfectly correct. Count adjectives are useful, but not crucial. "Do you have money? Do you have any money? Do you have very much money?" It all works...
why do i hear it like " schMestern"? i hear an M instead of V! anybody like me or it is correct to be pronounced like Schmestern??!