Question: Is Sie masculine or feminine?

But, when used as direct object (accusative) or with accusative prepositions, sie can mean either “her” (referring to someone/something feminine) or “they” (referring to more than one person/thing): Ich sehe sie. (I see her [or “it”]/them.)

Is Sie masculine or feminine in German?

Of course there are other uses for sie. It can also mean “she” or “it” (when the gender of the object is feminine, as in die Tür). When capitalized, Sie means you in the singular. But here the focus is the singular form of “you”, which in German can be expressed as “du” or Sie”.

What does sie sie mean?

Sie with a capital “S” means “you” in the plural, and sie, with a lowercase “s” means “she” singular and “they” plural. The German language has a formal and an informal way of addressing people. The formal address is used when speaking with adults, excluding family and friends, and is used in everyday life.

Is there a word Sie?

No, sie is not in the scrabble dictionary.

Can Sie mean it?

As far as I know, sie means she or them, but not it.

What does ver mean in German?

Actually, the German prefix “ver-” has different meanings: to make an error (sich verschreiben, sich verlaufen, sich verirren) to change something (verzeihen, verschieben, verkaufen, vermieten, verbessern, verlängern, sich verlieben) to cause a damage (sich verletzen, jemanden verprügeln, jemanden verärgern)

What is the full form of Sie?

S.I.E. - Start Interpreted Execution.

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