Heeft and Hebt
Someone please tell me when to use these word bc i dont understand why im getting some of the questions wrong.
You are right, although ....
“U heeft" is also an accepted, a correct, conjugation of 'hebben'.
Thus, for the formal you form, the formal second person singular, both heeft and hebt can be used. I am not putting this in the scheme above because it is easier to learn 'u hebt' as the standard form conjugation, 'u' being a second person singular pronoun.
However, in principle, both forms are ok and can be used.
That is correct. The usage of 'u hebt' and 'u heeft' depends on the region. In the northern region, they tend to use 'u heeft' more often. 'U hebt' is used as it is more congruent regarding the conjugation of the verb and the etymology of the personal pronoun, as 'u' is technically used as a 2nd personal pronoun.