So I'm gathering that 'eet' means; eat and eats?
Yes that's right
U eet ( U= formal you)
How to distinguish between Zij (She) and Zij (They)?
Different verb conjugation like in English she drinkS - they drink
Look at the verb. If it's 3rd person singular, it's she. If it's 3rd person plurar. It's They.
Why can I use Ze instead of Zij but I cannot use He instead of Hij?
Again, he is not a Dutch word, only "hij" excists. And. I'm right because I'm a native Dutch speaker!
What is the difference between een and en?
"Een" is "a" or "an" you know, like "'A' cat" or "'An apple"
And "en" means "and" :d