Does this literally translate to "how goes it?"
Yes, it does
I don't think it does "Hoe gaat het" is "how goes it"
I am not native Dutch myself, but I am pretty 100% sure 'hoe gaat het' literally translates to 'how goes it'.
Is "Hoe is het?" also acceptable?
Should be acceptable.
I responded "hoe gaat het met jou?" and it was okay.
It does work
What do you do when you can't pronounce the word? My basic English tongue can't roll letters or do those hard pronunciations.
Why not "Hoe bent jij?"
Because that translation is too literal, and doesn't mean anything in Dutch. Btw, if the verb comes before the subject, like in this sentence. Jij/je uses the verb form belonging to 'ik'. So: Jij loopt. Loop jij?
So "Hoe gaat het" or "Hoe is het" are both formal and informal way to say 'How are you'? Or isn't there any formal use for 'How are you' and such, as a way of greeting?
hoe gaat het met u?
hoe gaat het er mee = ook goed!
Yes, it showed "Hoe is het?" under the translation but then marks it wrong. Not sure what the deal is there. Can anyone explain?
It should be accepted.
Another case where the Dutch word Hoe is being hidden by question marks in the discussion. Why?
i typed "hoe gaat het ermee" and it was wrong.. ?!
What does "gaat" translate to?
The verb gaan means to go
Going if im not mistaken
I'm so confused, I thought "het" means it or the, but now it means you? but "Je" also means you.
Late response, but het does mean it or the. In this case it would mean it. The literal translation would be 'how goes it?"
Is there a good way to remember this
"Hoe gaat het" and, "Hoe is het" can bith be acceptable for this translation.
Both are accepted translations. If you come across mistakes or missing alternative translations, please use the report a problem button during lessons.
Geet het goed? Is also okay?
No, that doesn't work (to begin with, 'geet' doesn't exist in Dutch; and besides you were supposed to say something like how are you?/how's it going?).
Lol i just typed the reply instead of the question
Ok i dont care
Does 'hoe ben je' not work?
Why isn't "hoe ben je" accepted? It litterally means the same thing.
Olso Hoe maak je her?
I can't reply him