"De uil eet je avondeten!"
Translation:The owl is eating your dinner!
Yes. Unless it's a type-what-you-hear exercise, because the pronunciation is different.
If you come from Waterford or Dublin, the English take on "owl" is a good match for uil. Poor ould uil.
That's the 'proxy' I used to be able to figure out the difference between ui and eu (at the beginning I couldn't distinguish them!) :)
What is the difference between 'je' and 'van jou'? Also when does van jou mean yours and when does it mean for you
Je huis is mooi.
Je hond is groot.
Is je naam Madeleine?
van jou= yours.
Het mooie huis is van jou.
De grote hond is van jou.
So, to kind of sum up, je/jouw comes before the thing that you 'own', and van jou comes after the verb zijn.
Hope this helps.