Isnt "bent" mean are
In Dutch there is a separate form for singular "bent" used with "je" or "jij" and plural form "jullie zijn"
hi, could someone explain the differences between jullie je and jij to me? thanks!
Hi! Check out this explanation of the Dutch pronouns.
In short: jullie is plural "you". jij and je are both singular "you", but the former is emphasized whereas the latter is not. See the link above for examples.
Why is "u zijn jongens " wrong?
Because "u" is not plural. When referring to multiple subjects you use "Jullie" the plural form.
Where can I see the difference of YOU in plural or singular? Please add a hint!
Boys = plural. Hence, you is also plural.
when do I use "Zijn" and when do I use "bent"
U can use zijn in the plural and bent in the singular. 'Jullie zijn' and 'je bent'
These new illustrations are more distracting than anything else, IMO.
Why is "ze zijn jongens" wrong?