Is this not 'doet je' because the verb precedes the subject?
That's right. If there is inversion, then je/jij uses the ik-form of the verb. It's weird.
Thanks. It'll come, I'm sure. I wish I was more of a sponge than a rock :/
I like how it sounds.
v a d d u y a
Can this be used like "What do you do?" in English to ask for professions?
Yes, you can use it to ask for their profession! You can also say 'Waar werk je?' (Where do you work?) or 'Wat voor een baan heb je?' (What kind of job do you have?)
That was my answer, and it was correct, so I can only assume it can :)
When is "doen" used instead of "makken"? I know that "makken" means to do and to make but what's the difference between "doen" and "makken (to do)"?
I presume you mean maken.
In this sentence:
Yes that's what I meant :P that helped quite a bit. Thanks, have a Lingot :)
... wij zijn nummer één!
This kinda reminds me of What Zit Tooya from Spongebob lol
Why is it in Duo's first question correct to say "Wat doe jij" and in this question not? Why does it have to be a "je"? I often write down correct answers and I am suprised about this ...
Can you use this to ask how is all going? I mean like hoe gaat het? Because in spanish is very common to use this sentence for that.
No, you cannot use it that way. :)
Was machen Sachen