The phonic on this one sou d's broken, the een isn't pronounced at all, unless it's skipped and only implied in written Form? :/
would you ever ask if you're reading "a menu" instead of "the menu" since if you're in a resturaunt you wouldn't just read a random menu? This bothers me :P
That should have been accepted. If it is not for you, please take a screenshot, upload it somewhere and post it here.
Are the tenses present simple-present continuous the same thing in Dutch? This has been confusing me for a long time.
I am confused, how do you know if it is "a" or "the"? I know that "a" is een but what is "the"?
I am still confused between 'lees', 'leest', and 'lezen'. I cannot grasp which one is present, and which one is past