"What is the mass of this banana?"
Translation:Wat is de massa van deze banaan?
'Banaan' is a 'de woord'. 'Dit' and 'dat' go with 'het woorden', and 'deze' and 'die' are paired with 'de woorden'.
- Dit/dat huis (this/that house)
- Deze/die banaan (this/that banana)
- Deze/die huizen (these/those houses)
- Deze/die bananen (these/those bananas)
I didn't repass that class for a really long time (max 3 times). It should appear more, maybe the moderators can increase the amount of times we need to study it, because it is important!
Thanks xMerrie, I completely forgot the grammar. I thought dit and deze were together and die & dat were together for far away objects.
It's not incorrect; what you thought. You also need to keep track if a word is 'de' or 'het', and you're done! :)
Also now I remember the rule:
die, deze have no T so it is for de;
dit and dat have a T so they are for heT. :D