When is it proper to use "ons" and "onze"?
you use "ons" for "het"-words, and you use "onze" for "de"-words and words in the plural.
Is there any chance we will get to see the gender of a noun, along side its translation? The more I go through these lessons the more I understand how important is to tell whether a noun is common or not.
Second time around, I´m happy to say I remembered this rule, "het bier"!
Who says it can't be lunch?