I remember the word snel since travelling the trains in Holland. You can buy a slow ticket fare or a fast ticket fare. I went on the Snel"fast" transportation. Here in Canada we call our "fast" transportation the "Go Train". They promise it to be fast but it is not fast. Though, it is better to fight global warming-climate change to travel on public transit.
I had to read through all the comments three times to understand what is being said (I think). Am I getting this right? =>
Dutch has 3 genders for nouns: masculine, feminine and neuter. When conjugating an adjective like snel/snelle in a sentense we use the form snelle, unless the noun is a "het noun" and it is in the indefinite singular form, i.e. het kind > een snel kind, but het kind > het/de snelle kind.
So for de man or de vrouw, it would still be: een snelle man, een snelle vrouw, etc.
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