Translation:We hebben eten en water nodig!
What is the difference between "eten" and "maal" ?
'Eten' (as a noun) would be 'food'. 'Maal' or 'maaltijd' is a 'meal'.
What is the meaning of "nodig" here? Can't I just say "We hebben eten en water."?
To need = Nodig hebben
Geweldig! Bedankt :)
You can say that, but it means that you already got food and water. When you say nodig, you mean need
This is the most confusing sentence I have come across. What means "nodig"?
Nodig = need or in need of
Does 'nodig' always come at the end? Thanks.
Nodig comes after the thing(s) that you need
Why the 'hebben' is needed here?