What is the question of 'ich bin schüler'?

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  • What is the question of 'ich bin schüler'?


Answer #1 | 08/02 2014 12:59
What you're saying is "I am student" but I think you mean "ich bin ein Schüler" and the corresponding question would be "Bist du ein Schüler?", so "Are you a student?" So yours is more of a statement, while "Bist du ein Schüler?", is a question Hope that helps
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Answer #2 | 08/02 2014 13:43
If you want to turn the sentence "Ich bin ein Schüler" into a question you have to use inversion. The verb comes at the first place then. -> Question: "Bin ich ein Schüler?". As you are female, you should better say "Bin ich eine Schülerin?", because "ein Schüler" is a male student, whereas "eine Schülerin" is a female student. As Zirp said, in German nouns start with a capital letter as a rule.
Answer #3 | 08/02 2014 12:58
It's not a question, it's a statement I am a schoolboy/schoolgirl/pupil/student (not the university kind) btw it's Schüler. In german, all nouns are capitalised
Answer #4 | 08/02 2014 12:53
It's not a question. It is a statement: I am an alumni. If you want a question, you could ask: Are you an alumni?
Answer #5 | 08/02 2014 16:27
'i am a student' is what it translates too Hence it is a statement and not a question.
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