I am not understanding when to use De instead of het and vise verse. Shouldn't they be inter-changeable?
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When should i use "drinkt" instead of "drink"?
I speak Dutch so... : ik drink , jij drinkt, hij/zij drinkt, wij drinken, jullie drinken, zij drinken
I think drinkt is drinks....so when ever you would use drinks in English use drinkt in Dutch
Is "dame" also the same as "vrouw"? Because, I could have sworn that word came up when the game corrected me when I've mistakenly put in "woman".
"Vrouw" is the generic term for a female human being. "Dame" more or less means "lady" (so with qualitative judgement). "Dame" is a bit of an upper class term...
Why is it wrong to put "de" between "drinkt" and "melk"?
It's not there in the English sentence either (grammatically it's not wrong).
how can I use De and Het correctly?