Translation:No, we are not participating anymore!
Is "meedoen" the joined form of the verb? Dank je wel.
Yes, that's right.
Could this be 'we are not going to participate anymore'? I know technically that is future tense in English, but it would often be used as something referring to 'starting now [and in the future]'...
Bah... When do you use wij vs we? This keeps throwing me
See here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/3734337
Furthermore, they are pronounced differently and you need to train your ears to distinguish them in listening exercises.
Is this an idiom?