"That American always wears red, white and blue."
Translation:Die Amerikaan draagt altijd rood, wit en blauw.
How do you know which dutch gender translation to choose? As Dutch has two different words for an American man and woman? I chose both and was marked wrong. How do you know if we are taking about a man or woman when starting in English and say American? There is no further context in the sentence to determine the gender.
Singular het woorden use dit/dat, de woorden and all plurals use deze/die. So since it's de Amerikaan and het huis:
- deze Amerikaan/deze Amerikanen = this American/these Americans
- die Amerikaan/die Amerikanen = that American/those Americans
- dit huis/deze huizen = this house/these houses
- dat huis/die huizen = that house/those houses