Present tense is also future tense?
Why is aanraken not separated in the second clause of the sentence?
Because "mits" forces "raken" to go to the end of the clause, right next to "aan". Therefore no separation happens.
What is "mits" exactly?
'If', with the implication of 'but only' before it (I believe, am a learner).
"jij krijgt witte rijst, maar alleen indien jij niets aanraken" Would this be correct?
Excuse me. Why "witte" rijst?
Since the English sentence says "you will get" why is it not "Je zal krijgen"