I'm very curious....how many Dutch words are there for the word "Have"
We tend to forget thst English is extremely simple when it comes to verb conjugation. I speak Portuguese as a first language and I'm getting into trouble all the time haha
Same! Can someone explain?
Jij = je isn't it????????
so what's the difference between Jij and Je ?
That was my question
Je is the unstressed version of you and jij is the stressed version of you
if that makes sense
Cannot even say one word correctly! I'm disappointed at myself
The right sentence shows same as i wrote then why the app say is wrong
ik bedoelde dat typ fout ;)
Here it's really tricky in english you have"the book" but in dutch is"het boek" i thought"The"is always"De"in dutch it's a bit difficult for native arabic speaker like me (T_T)
Why is it "je hebt het boek" and not "je heeft het boek"?
It follows the conjugation rules that apply to all verbs in Dutch. All European languages conjugate their verbs. Some more, some less.
What's the difference between je, jij and jullie?
What it depends om that sometimes its de and sometimes het
De is masculine and feminine like boy, girl etc.
Het is neuter like books, table etc.
Are je and jij not used interchangeably?
"jij" is used for emphasis.
I litterally wrote a typo "je hebt het vboek" c'mon duolingo that was mean!