So I wrote "someone's cooking fish" instead of "someone is" and I'm wrong :(
"Someone is cooking fish" is the same as "Someone's cooking fish". It should have been accepted.
Please use Report a Problem which is just left of Discuss Sentence/
Anyone cooks fish should be accepted as well, given your translation of iemand = someone, anybody or anyone.
If we write 'anyone' instead of 'someone', the meaning of the sentence changes.
Is it similar to iets in that the context shows whether its anyone or someone? If so can someone give examples?
What's the difference between lemand and iemand? (and also ledereen and iedereen?)
Well, that answers the question, "Did I stay up too late?"
I think we've all been there. There's even a tag (or three or seven) for it on tumblr!
I fell for it too!
How do we distinguish the present tense from the present continuous?
I heard een man kookt viz. This language is hard to hear sometimes