What's the difference between "het" and "de"?
It's kind of gender, de is used with both feminine and masculine words, and het is with neutral words. There's no logic, you just have to learn it.
Eeehh its confusing
So, gendered terms are de, and neutral terms are het?
Can someone break down how to pronounce "brood" here?
(this is in English terms, and it's all one syllable)
Broaaad or brwwwd
You can pronounce kt the same way you pronounce 'boat'. It's close.
could it also be "The boy ate bread"?
No, "eet" is in the present tense.
The translation of "The boy ate bread." would be "De jongen at brood."
why does it corre t me to led if the never mention this word?
Same to me, I wrote" The child eats bread" and the correction said "The lad eats bread".
does anyone know when to put s in the translation and when not to put
Do you mean in "eat"? Because it's the correct way of saying it. He eats. I eat, you eat, he/she/it eats.
Why it doesn't correct the word broot for me ? Is broot correct or is it with a d ?
So, alot of people asking this, so now do I. I don't really get the difference between 'het ' and 'de', the only thought gets in my mind is 'de' is mostly used for 'a' and 'het' is for 'the', I could be wrong, so please correct me.