dein Buch = your book deine Bücher = your books
Always add umlaut and +er to make this word plural.
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
German plural form is complicated for example : Buch =Book , for plural Bücher = books Einstellung = Setting , for plural Einstellungen = settings Apfel = Apple , for plural Äpfel =apples You need a lot of practice for mastering the plural from . Get some good sources to proven it Thank you
When making the object into plural do we always just add an "e" to the posesive pronoun?
It is asking like "Did you bring your books?" or "Do you have the books with you?"
thanks.. now it makes sense... I'd better learn english before learning german... lol
"You have your books?" is a legitamite translation in English and should be accepted. In many contexts in English "Do" is understood and can be omitted. I begin questions with "You have" all the time.And also everyone I know.
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.
Yes, I confirm that at least in (English!) English, 'have you your books?' Is considered perfectly correct, as claimed by AndrewDown5
I think that "eure" can't be used because it is in the plural, so deine has to be used to agree with "du" which is in the singular.
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!