"Hast du deine Bücher?"
Translation:Do you have your books?
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You put "en" after dein is for several case called "Accusative" "En" is put for masculine noun . Not for plural nouns , for example Ein Amerikaner = nominative case Einen Amerikaner = accusative case If you steel confuse , contact me on Raffaeljasonkusuma@gmail.com Thank you
You really shouldn't omit the "Do". You may be giving it the tone of a question, but when you leave out 'do' you're actually making a statement. If someone says to me, "You like reading?" I wonder if they're channeling Yoda, then I ask if they're telling me or asking me.
"Do you like to read?", etc.
A year or two ago Duo would have marked me wrong for "Have you your books?", but today it did not. I think it's a testament to how far this app, and specifically the German tree, has come. The community is really what keeps it growing and improving. Kudos to everybody on these threads - you guys rock!