"Do you have the strawberry?"
Translation:Heb jij de aardbei?
Why do we use heb in "Heb je de aardbei?", but hebt in "Jij hebt honger" ?
'Je' is used to mean 'you' when the 'who' of the sentence is not important. 'Jij' is used to stress that it is in fact you. Examples:
Je moet dat doen = 'you have to do that' (in order to...)
Jij moet dan doen = 'YOU have to do that' (but I don't)
Je is considered an unmarked pronoun, and jij a marked pronoun. I too had the same question when I first started to learn. I hope this helps!