In Germany they mainly use Wann when they want to say when. example: wann ist das champions league finale
"wo" means "where". In some contexts, it does mean "when", but you don't need to worry about that. I don't think it means "when" in any of Duolingo's sentences.
How the heck did I get here... This question is literally the first time I've seen "Wo" - shouldn't it be marked as a new word? I'm pretty sure I haven't skipped any lessons...
Yeah, I've come across this a few times. The order of translations is not the same for everyone, which means you'll have to peek at the words from time to time.
Hi there! I was as confused as you at the beginning. 'Should I have known that word?' Came up many times. :) Also, here I used: 'Where the boys at?' And it was not accepted. :( Terrible (joke)
Seid is for ihr/you (plural)... Sind is for wir/we, sie/they, Sie/you (formal)
Is it a rule that the article "die" should be used in the question and not be used when saying "Wir sind Jungen." instead of "Wir sind die Jungen."
If Jungen refers to plural form of boy i.e. boys then why isn't an umlaut used in it?
Because the plural form of Junge is Jungen. It is not a rule that plural forms use umlaut (but it is common for monossilabic words).
sind is the verb sein for they... Where are they? => Wo sind sie? Where are we? => Wo sind wir? Where am I? => Wo bin ich?
Woher is used on "where are you from?" => "Woher kommen Sie?" Wohin is used on "where do you go to?" => "Wohin gehen/fahren Sie?"
In German the "w" is pronounced as /v/, and note that Quelle is pronounced /kvel/ (broad transcription)
No, the German for "youths" is "Jugendliche".
the youth (young people in general/the time in someone's life when they're young) = die Jugend
a youth = ein Jugendlicher (male); eine Jugendliche (female)
youths = Jugendliche