When do I use "heeft" and when do I use "hebt" ?
Use hebt only after je/jij and by u, use heeft by hij/zij/u.
If I am not mistaken;
I have | ik heb
You have | je hebt
He/she has | hij/zij heeft
We have | wij hebben
They have | zij hebben
You all have | jullie hebben
Do appels and appelen both work? I said appelen and it said it was correct.
appels is accepted
Why does it have to be U instead of Julie?
It can't be julie but it can be U or Je
In the previous discussions this was said:
- ik heb
- je/jij hebt
- u hebt/heeft
- hij/zij/het heeft
- all plurals hebben
Is this correct? Because here hebt is used with je, not heb?
You may want to look at your own explanation again: je/jij hebt.
You're right. My mistake. I should've said je/jij heb. Is it heb or hebt the correct form for 2nd person singular?
Je/Jij hebt. Unless the verb precedes je/jij in which case it becomes Heb je/jij. (This is only the case for je/jij)
Why not Appelen?