So it's het moment?
Whenever you want to know the article of a word, just type it on search bar and... Voila
http://www.welklidwoord.nl/, this page is really helpful!
it sounds like he says: "die momenten" instead of "de momenten"
Still does, two years later.
Yes, i reported it.
It would be nice when being introduced new vocabulary, if the singular form were preferred so that we can also learn the correct definite article without having to use an outside reference.
I just want to know why every 4th exercise is asking me about moment and momenten- I've never got them wrong, and it's super easy.
Same for me. It's become mildly annoying how many time I'm shown this exercise
Synonymous with ogenblik?
You don't really say 'the moments' in english, you say the time or a moment..
the moments in our lives fly by like clouds upon the windy sky
I don't understand, why "het moment", but "de momenten"?
All plurals use de.
Doesn't really mean anything in English... What does it mean in Dutch, or when would this expression be used?