Every noun in Dutch has a gender, either masculine, feminine, or neuter. For masculine and feminine words, use 'de'. For neuter, use 'het'. To know whether a word is masculine, feminine or neuter, I'm afraid you just have to learn it.
Is Some Words : Drinkt - drinks but in some Drinkt - drink... Can someone help me ?
Ugh - I keep translating "kind" as "kind" instead of "kid".
Shouldn't "water" be pronounced "vater"? I hear it "vaata", though it might be me
"water" sounds more like "vahrtr" almost like the french "r" as in say "livre" (sort of back of the throat whisper), but i am not sure if that is the correct way to "hear" it.
can an native dutch speaker help clarify? thanks!