What "doch" means here?
Would "nicht wahr" work here in place of "oder?"
I wrote it and it was accepted
Can somebody explain why this answer works?
What is oder doing here?
Oder is basically a way of saying "right?" or "no?"
It told me "stimmt's" was correct. What is stimmts?
@BlairScots : I believe "stimmt's" or "stimmt es" here means something along the lines of "isn't it?" or "right?".
Can one say, "Es ist doch nacht" ? Does the doch not imply the "isn't it"/oder?
Can someone please explain this sentence...I've read all of the comments and gone to the links...but I don't understand yet where "doch" and "oder" come in...did we learn this somewhere before? I want to understand.
I looked it up, and apparently "doch" is used in affirmative responses to a negative. Basically, the "isn't it" (emphasis on the "n't") makes "doch" necessary, if I'm understanding it correctly.
I wrote "das stimmt,oder?" Why is it wrong
It says "night", not "right".
what is nacht?
It means "night."
what about just: ', nicht?' (instead of the more complete ', nicht wahr?')