I think "Du spiser brød" should also be correct.
Yes it should but they are just trying to get the pint across that "I" is plural. (y'all)
Yer thats rigtig
I is You at plural?
I = plural You, Du = singular You
It could mean plural "you" or singular "you". How do we know which is being used in this context? Wouldn't both "Du" and "I" be correct?
Yeah they would both be correct, and you can't really know without context, but i assume that both answers are right (according to Duolingo)
As a Dane I have to pass on the info that "Du spiser brød" is certainly correct too.
In English, there is no distinguisment in between you (I) and you (Du). Therefore it needs to be made clear that the 'you' in this case is pleural
there is no way for anyone to know the context of 'you' in that lesson. how am I supposed to know they meant the plural form of you
can also be you singular: du spiser bread
So 'I spiser brød' means you plural? 'You all eat bread'
Yes. The word I is always capitalised in Danish. [2019/05/09]
I is in though right? Jer i thought was you
jeg = I
du = you
I = y'all
It gets a little confusing since they sound similar to completely different English words.
Is the ø in brød. Pronounced like oo in dutch? Like in brood? are they pronounced basicly the same?
I think that it sounds like "eu" in french (exemple : Feu
When to see if its I or Du.?
Du is singular and I is plural.
I think "Du spiser brød" should also be correct