Or if it's a guitar teacher, "tu magiSTRUM habes"
I'll show myself out now
Just wondering, is "Magister" the source of words like master, Meister, maestro etc.?
What is the difference in the usage for magister and magistrum?
Latin direct objects are similar to German Akkusativ .
They are exactly the same thing grammatically. The accusative, whatever language you say the word in, marks the direct object of the transitive verb, the thing receiving the action.
You have a teacher.
What do you have?
What is had by you?
Should "magister" be accepted?
No. We need the accusative here. "Magistrum" is the direct object of the verb "habes".
Why do not accept 'Professor' to replace 'teacher' ?