Why is it "het" and not "de" ?
"kind" is neuter and uses "het". Masculine and feminine words and plural words use "de".
So lucky I'm German - "het" is usually equivalent to "das" :D
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4 out of 5 times it's "de", but this word is an exception. Please see this topic: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/3732938
Thank you, you helped a confused italian :)) usefull. greetings fron Rotterdam
I'm so confused, if het is for neuter and de is for masculine, feminine and plural words why does "the water" is "het water" . Also "the girl" is "het mesije". Please answer, I'm so confused
Have a read through this: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/3732938
When should you say 'ben' or 'brnt'
Ik ben, jij bent, hij/zij/het is
Drink or drinkt
Isn't kind the same to jonge?
No. Kind is for both jongen and meisje