"You do not eat honey."
Translation:Ви не їсте мед.
"Мед" is similar to german "Met" or english "mead", which is, I think, wine made of honey. This way it's easier to remember (at least for me)
Ah... They were looking for plural. I mixed singular subject with plural verb...
It has to do with addressing someone in a formal manner. It can also be plural, but what here suggests that we're addressing a group instead of an individual?
Well, I think you guys should also accept "You" in singular for this sentence instead of just approving it in plural...
Did I miss something? I offered "Ти не їм...." for singular, I know about Їсте, but I have never seen їси mentioned previously. What are the differences between їси and ім please?
Is someone able to post the full conjugation table for їм (eat) in the nominative case here? Thank you in advance.
Conjugation of the irregular verb *їсти (to eat) in the Present tense: я їм ми їмо ти їси ви їсте він/вона/воно їсть вони їдять
Ви - does the B sound more like a V or D or something else? Hard to tell on the audio...
The audios are difficult, especially for me, because I can't hear consonants. "В" or "veh" is pronounced like a V in English. To hear my teacher say it, "Ви" almost sounds like "vwih." It is subtle.