"A man and a boy"
Translation:Een man en een jongen
ean is not a dutch word! never put this in any dutch stence. problem sloved
The suffix -en indeed is commonly used for plurals, but this is not the case with jongen.
- jong/jonge = young
- de jongen = the boy
- de jongens = the boys
- de jonge jongen = the young boy
- de jongen is jong = the boy is young
give me lingots!!!!!!!!!!! for every one lingot i get i will give every one 1
'En' is pronounced like you would say the letter 'n' in the alphabet. 'Een' is pronounced 'oo-n'.
Wrong, the vowel in 'een' is pronounced like a schwa [ə], so the pronunciation is [ən]. The spelling here is kinda misleading because 'ee' usually represents the [eː] sound.
In Dutch, while distinguishing 'one' from 'a', we add diacritics, so one becomes 'één', which is pronounced regularly like [eːn].
'En' is indeed pronounced like the letter 'N' [ɛn].
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I have seen this asked before, but what is the proper sound of "J'o'ngen"? Is it like the German "J'u'ngen"? If not, what is the proper vowel sound?
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