"I am behind you."
Translation:Ik ben achter je.
Is "Sta" a word?
Of the three choices I had to answer the question, the "correct" one was "Ik sta achter je"
Two of the three answers started with "Ik sta"
EDIT: "Ik sta" means "I stand" -- Still not the correct translation for "I am behind you"
I didn't try it because I hovered over "you" before I answered, but should "jou" be accepted in the place of "je"?
I'm pretty sure it would be fine; "jou" would just be the stressed form of "je".
You conjugate the verb to match the subject. Check out the information available if you scroll down a bit on the Basics 2 lesson webpage for some more information, but basically it goes like this:
Note that in cases where "jij bent" is inverted, the -t is removed from bent:
"Jij bent gelukkig. Ben jij gelukkig?" ("You are happy. Are you happy?")
plural, zijn.. for you, she, he, it uses bent.. for first person (I) uses ben