What is difference between het and de?
"de" is used for masculine and feminine nouns, "het" is used for neuter nouns. See here for more info on the Dutch articles.
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Het Dier ( The Animal )
Het ( The - Neuter Definite Article Determiner ) • 't usual speech contraction • From Middle Dutch - Dat • same as the neuter pronoun Het
Dier • From Middle Dutch - Dier • from Old Dutch - Dier • from Proto-West Germanic - Deuʀ • from Proto-Germanic - Deuzą • from Proto-Indo-European - Dʰewsóm •