"Hoe gaat het? Goed, dank je."
Translation:How are you? Fine, thanks.
Just sounds incorrect to me. I think the sentence structure is off so it would have to be how is it going
What does 'het' actually mean. It appears to mean so many different words. How can we tell the difference between, 'How is it going?' and 'How are you?' in Dutch, they look the same and I can't understand where the 'you' or 'going' are coming from in these examples. Thanks
It's like Norsk Bokmål. They ask 'hvordan gar det' and Dutch ask '❤❤❤ gaat het'. I might be wrong about Dutch, but the one in norsk literally translates to "how goes it".
Does it mean "❤❤❤ gaat het" means both "how are you" and "how is it going" ?