I do try "slower" when I can not understand what I hear. I do not press "slower" when, as in this case, I hear and understand but there is just a missing word. This is a bug and it has to be reported as such.
Ah, that has been fixed, perhaps thanks to you. But had I not been able to hear "du" I would never have gotten it right, since the voice did not say, "hast" -- unless the "s" is silent in this word. and yes, I played it on slow several times.
When the verb (hast aka haben) is in the 2nd position it's not a question...it's a statement (at least in German). So "Du hast..." = statement. "Hast du..." = a question.
Admitted. "du" is mumbled here but notable to the native ear. You can close this pop-up box and listen to the slower version on the website.
Can this be used in the context of meeting someone at a restaurant for a meal?
Why "Do you have a desk" is marked wrong? Duolingo says der Tisch can mean a table or a desk? What's the difference here?
Why 'ein' is in accusative case here, but not in many other sentences in DL where 'haben' is followed by a masculine noun?