the question before this said the man was cooking food so I guess that man was a very bad cook
'Nobody wants any food' was rejected?
But there is nothing wrong with "Nobody wants any food"- so why is it rejected ?
Which is more correct? "Nobody wants to eat" or "Nobody wants food"?
Both are equally correct, depending on whether you take 'eten' as a verb (to eat) or as a noun (food).
Poor duo he can speak many languages but aparentely cant cook
Should it be "niemand wilt eten" with the t for the verb?
The 3rd person singular of 'willen' is 'wil' and not 'wilt'. It's an exception: 'willen' is almost regular, except for the 3rd person singular.
Can not it be " nobody will eat"?
no, because in order to make the future you use the modal verb 'zullen' and not 'willen', which means 'to want'
So, Nobody will eat is Niemand zal eten?
When do we use heb or wil
Shouldn't it be more along the lines of "Nobody wants to eta"?