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Quick question, how do you know whether 'zij' is reffering to she or them?
If the verb ends in a t, then zij is she. E.g. Zij drinkt. But if the verb ends in en, then zij is 'they'. E.g. Zij drinken. Hope that helps :-)
Almost always. Doen, gaan, slaan, staan, zien en zijn are verbs that don't end on the common -en like hebben for example. Though they still end on -n.
Also, there are some irregular verbs, like willen, for which the third person singular does not get a -t.
zij means she or they but since the verb is the full form (drinken) the subject must be plural here, so only they is correct.
Same. I think because then it would be "They are drinking tea, but I AM not." So in this structure it's "They DRINK tea, but I DO not."
"Zij" is the stressed form of "ze". When you're comparing different people, like in this sentence, you should always use "zij".
They drink tea, but I don't.
- Zij drinkt - She drinks
- Zij drinken - They drink
It means she or they depending on the conjugation of the verb.