i don't understand the purpose to "een" in this sentence. could someone please explain?
Or would that be, "De soldaat draagt groene broeken"?
That would mean "the soldier wears pairs of pants", as in not only one pair of pants
Pants confuses english english speakers like me. You wear pants under your trousers and neither are singular as they both come in pairs. Sorry its hard having to think american all the time
Is broek singular in dutch? I think the confusion about een is because pants is generally plural, unless otherwise specified. E.g. a pair of pants.
Why the 'e' at the end of "groene" here while there's no 'e' at the end of "zwart" in "De directeur draagt een zwart pak"?? This is so confusing… :-/
It depends if the noun is a de woord or a het woord: