Bäume braucht man doch. Explanation please.
Could you please explain to me, how come:
-Bäume braucht man doch!
-We need trees!
Doch is often just used to emphasize a statement, or else it's used to indicate something contrary to what was stated before. In this sentence, it's more like the contrary meaning, but that doesn't always have to be the case. You could say something like, "Heute ist doch ein schöner Tag, nicht wahr?" Which means "Today is [really] a nice day, don't you think?"