I have been taking this course for a while, and I was wondering what the difference is between heeft, heb, and hebben. Thanks!
October 22, 2015
- Normally, you use "hebt" for "je", for example: Je hebt twee kinderen.
- But when the verb "hebt" is before the personal pronoun "je" (like in the case of inversion, or question...), you should use "heb" for je (you put off the final "t"), for example: Heb je twee kinderen?
- The rule is not only for the verb "hebben" but also for all other verbs, but it's only with the second person singular informal "je"