Given a statement and a question of nigh identical substance, I'm curious how each might be translated, specifically wondering: would they differ based on whether it is me or you concerned?
I solved the Dirac equation.
You solved the Dirac equation?
I could be wrong in the following but in both cases I would expect 'the Dirac equation' to remain in tact as 'die Dirac gleichung'; 'You' and 'I' as 'Ich' and 'Sie', respectively; but, particularly, what about the word 'solved'?
Would this differ based on who the target is (say, you, me, or an individual of specific profession (a doctor, for instance)), or would it alternate solely based on whether it's used within a statement or question?
Lastly, this brings to mind 'we', how might it differ if 'we solved the Dirac equation!'? And then yet another query of differences based on gender, but this is beginning to drift from a clear point I'm trying to determine.