Well I'm Dutch so maybe I can explain it :) There is almost no difference between "veel" and "vele". "Veel" is the neutral form but "vele" is used a lot more because it's more formal. You can also use "vele" to give an emphasis on the next word. Google says that you have to use "veel" when it's a common sentence. This is an example: Veel mensen staan dagelijks in de file." translation: many people are daily in traffic. You use "vele" when you're talking about separately people or business. An example: Vele mensen dienen een klacht in bij de ANWB. translation: many people file a complaint by the ANWB. (ANWB is a Dutch company for car drivers and safety on the road ;)) Sorry for my bad English lol but I'm not English so... I hope you understand this and that you know how to use "veel" and "vele"
What is the difference between meat and flesh if i use flesh instead of meat is that become wrong?
Hi, I think flesh refers to the structure or material of the animal, human, fruit or vegetable part and meat refers to the eating or nutritional aspect of that object.
I have a rather deep flesh wound at my finger tip after cutting me with a very sharp knife.
As a vegan I prefer to not consume meat or other things where animals could have been used or harmed during the production process.
Sorry for my clumsy English being a native German. A native English speaker probably could explain this more precisely.