What would you like to do?
Hast du einen schoenen Tag heute?
I wish you a wonderful day/ Hope you have a wonderful day/ Have a wonderful day.
it's a play on German words. "du hasst" is pronounced the same as "du hast." but "du hasst" comes from the verb "hassen"- to hate. and "du hast" comes from the verb "hab…en"- to have. so, in listening to the song, it is saying both "You hate me" and "you have me." the rest of the lyrics translate as follows: You you have you have me you have asked me you have asked me and I have said nothing Do you want, until death seperates you, to be faithful to her for all days No Do you want, until death, which would separate to love her, even in bad days No
"Hello, what are you doing today?" or "Hello, what are you going to do today?"
(Einen) Schönen Tag noch translates as have a nice day.
Have a good day.
Which day is it today?
Nothing; that sentence is grammatically broken. "Du hast mich." would mean "You have me." "Ich habe Dich." would mean "I have you." "Ich hasse Dich." would mean "I hate …you." "Du hasst mich." would mean "You hate me."
Hast Du Geschwister? means do you have any siblings?
"Du hast mich" means "you have me." "Du hasst mich" means "you hate me." They are pronounced the same way.
Was hast du heute Morgen gemacht = what did you do this morning
This sentence is badly constructed, it seems that it is a word for word translation of "Have a great day" The correct wording would be "Ich wünsche Ihnen einen schönen T…ag" The meaning is the same but the grammar is greatly improved.
Do you have a brother or a sister?
It means, "you have me". but in the song it means you hate me In the German version of the song it means "you have me". In the English version it means" you hate me".
Einen schönen Tag noch means have a nice day. Pronunciation: eye-nenn show-nenn tock knowsh. Depending, of course, on what German dialect it is pronounced in.
The song "Du hast" by the band Rammstein is a bit of a word game. When one hears the lyric "Du hast" (from the German verb "zu haben" (to have), the first thought is, that the… singer is trying to say "you hate" (zu hassen), which is pronounced identical. As the song progresses, it becomes clear though, that the entire sentence is "Du hast mich gefragt", which means "You have asked me". The song is about a woman proposing (to the singer) and him answering "und ich hab(e) nichts gesagt" (and I said nothing) and further on he answers"Nein", which means "No". Basically, the song is about a guy, who doesn`t want to get married.
Today is a good day.