3rd person singular uses heeft, have a look at the conjugation of hebben: http://www.verbix.com/webverbix/go.php?D1=24&T1=hebben
Thank you so much, figuring out conjugation patterns has been my only real problem with this app
If you use the desktop version you'll be able to read the grammar tips and notes.
The only problem I'm having with Dutch is that I don't know when to use "het" or "de".
There are no steady rules for most words, except for:
• all plurals take de as a definite article.
• all diminutive singular nouns take het as a definite article.
Other than that, there are some guidelines you can follow, which you can read here:
And there's an app you can use to check which article to use when in doubt (it also has the guidelines):
Just to clarify: this is the literal translation? An actual boy has/owns an actual cow? Not like the (American) English phrase "Don't have a cow," as in "Stop being dramatic." ??