I'm starting to think Dutch is just English spelled wrong.
Are you sure it's not the other way around?
What is the difference between 'Het' and 'De'?
I think De is for masc. And Het is non-binary
De is more like defined article exemple ; de man and het undefined like het land, het meisje
Dutch is so easier to spell because it has so fewer spelling rules than German :o
Just wait until you have to start doubling vowels and changing consonants. Thank you autocorrect!
But they have so many vowels!
and no cases
This sentence can be translated both ways according to Dutch an essential grammar.
I wish Dutch it could be as easy as english, but it's not. "de woordvolgorder" from the sentences has nothing to do with it...
When do you use drink and when do you use drinkt?
Use “drink” when the subject is “I” “Ik drink” and “drinkt” means “drinks” when the subject is He/she/it, “Hij drinkt.“ He drinks etc.
drinkt = drink ( He , She & It)
This is the 4th time Ive lost health for type too fast and having Mill instead of Milk
Same here ugh :/
I think its morenof english of dutch spelt wrong lol