Why "niet" is at the end of the sentence and not right after the verb - "wij zien niet het boek" ?
It is Dutch Grammar
Because that's how Dutch is. I wish I could give you a better answer, but there isn't one. The order English uses is strange in the eyes of speakers of other languages.
Is "boek" a "het" word always?
Why 'wij' and not 'we' ?
Also wonder about this ^^^ have been told wij is reserved for stressed versions of we, but how is this sentence stressed?
"See" means "zien". You use "zien" rather than "zie" or "ziet", because the subject is "wij".
What is the difference between "we" and "wij"? Or "ze" and "zij"?
What is the difference between ziet and zien?
Ziet is 2nd or 3rd person singular. Zien is 1st, 2nd or 3rd person plural
Why not "wij zien de boek niet