I read "You cook children." OMG...
I did too, i thought duo was just being silly again
How about "Jij kookt kip" ? It can also be singularis.... can it be?
'You cook chicken' can be translated as:
Je/jij/u kookt kip
Jullie koken kip.
And 'jullie koken kip' can be translated as 'you boil chicken'.
It is my que too ..
please answer this. i believed juille translating as you're
Why not je kook kip
Statements starting with 'je' need a 't' at the end of the verb, e.g. kookt.
Idem here, you can be singular and plural, little more specifityy..
when to use jullie and when to use je?
Jullie is supposed to translate as yous. Plural. NOT you singular.