Sie with an upper case is for 'you'. sie with lower cases are both' she and they'.
The audio sounds like it says "Spiegt" instead of "spielt" is that actually the correct pronunciation in some places or something?
The male voice pronounces it wrong wrong, and the female voice pronounces it right.
I wrote; "the woman is playing they are playing" and got it wrong. If sie is both she and they, that should be right, nein?
Nein, it's all in verb conjugation. Sie spielt (she is playing). Sie spielen (they are playing).
Would this also refer to playing an instrument?
Why is "The women plays, she plays" incorrect?
How exactly do you pronounce the word 'sie'? Saying it correctly is something I really wanna do. :c
The letter "Z" in the English alphabet is pretty much the same pronunciation as "sie" - ZEE. (Not the Canadian pronunciation of "Z" - ZED. Eh.)
Does anyone else get errors with the audio where it doesn't complete the whole phrase? I only heard "Die Frau Spielt"
The voice is clearly saying "Die Frau spült. Sie spült."
As a German there's no way I could ever understand "spielt" in thie case.
In English this is grammatically incorrect, it should be "The woman is playing; she plays."
Yes, the suggested sentence does sound a bit odd, but it isn't incorrect.
It could also be: "The woman plays; she is playing."
or "The woman plays; she plays." although that would sound a bit odd too.
I would just like to say that I'm glad the woman is playing. Good for her
Is this a reference to something I'm unaware of? Like a German play or something?