This and "Ik spreek geen nederlands." are the only two sentences that you absolutely must know!
Whats the different betweeb "spreek" and "spreekt"?
Spreekt is for the 2nd and 3rd person. If you check the tips for the Basics 1 course, it tells you how to conjugate verbs.
Where can I find those tips? I've been looking for that! Thank you in advance.
They seem to be only on the desktop version, not the mobile app.
there's a lightbulb button, if you're using duolingo through the website
Where is it? I'm using a laptop and the Web, and I can't find the light-bulb.
"Ik spreek" means I speak
But "zij or hij spreekt" means "she or he speaks"
oh that makes sense thank you
It's the same
what is the difference between 'spreek' and 'praat'?
Spreken = speak
Praten = talk
I am not an English native speak, so I have a question: Are languages’ names in Dutch capitalized as languages’ names in English?
Yes, just as in this sentence, and so are nationalities: Ik spreek E*"ngels, ik ben E"*ngels. (This is in contrast with German and Romance languages, which capitalise countries and languages but not nationalities.)
Ack, format. Ignore the quotation marks.
Then why do you keep asking us to translate sntences to english?
so we can translate stuff into english from dutch if we hear/read it
This. Basically trianing your brain to work in both directions. You need to know how to code and decode just as fluidly to become conversational.
This way you improve on english and learn to speak dutch/flemish same thing
Ah yeah, I speak Engels, Friedrich Engels