why not de water
Because water is neuter.
How can I know if a word is masculine/feminine or neuter?
It's hard, but this post explains it well: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/3732938
Reason why the answer is wrong should be provided. Confused.
Why are both 'Wij' and 'We' used when saying or writing 'WE'?
I thought het was a?
'A' is een
difference between drinken and drinkt? is it a tense situation?
From what I understand, drinkt seems to translate into the word ''drinks'' and anything with the suffix -En seems to denote a verb, ie 'a doing word' so, eeten is 'is eating/are eating' and drinken 'is drinking/are drinking'
What is the difference between we/wij, ze/zij etc?
Why drinken and not drinkt??
What's the difference
Can never tell when a word is a neuter