"You have the strawberries."
Translation:Je hebt de aardbeien.
I believe "hebt" is used in 2nd person singular (Jij/je hebt) while "heeft" is used in 3rd person singular (Hij/zij/het heeft).
I also believe either "hebt" or "heeft" can be used with the 2nd person singular formal pronoun, U. But check me on that.
Depends if it is "Jij/Je hebt..." or "Jullie hebben..." - if this was a writing exercise, then both should be accepted.
U is used for formal situations and when you want to respect somebody. And as far as I know, Je/Jij are the same. (But seriously I'm not sure) Jullie is for 2 or more people