Sie and Sie
im learning german and im pretty far in and i still cant figure out how to tell the difference between sie (she) and sie (they). like is it just context clues or what? thanks in advance!
Here is a related Duolingo post: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/23844656/Difference-between-sie-She-and-sie-they-in-German
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if the verb ends with -t (singular), then sie means she. if the verb ends with -en (plural), then sie means they. Sie (formal version of you) also has a verb that ends with -en
example: sie trinkt eine Cola. --> She drinks a Coca Cola. sie trinken Wasser. --> They drink water.
Hope that helped!