Translation:This man is skillful.
is "handy" a possible translation for "handig"? Handy can mean skillful, like he's handy with tools.
Yes, I think that should be accepted. Just report it.
"Skilful" is the preferred spelling outside of US English.
Wow, I never knew that! English just dropping l's and adding u's wherever you want--like you invented the language or something. ;)
Canadian English prefers "Skillful". It is more North American English than just the US.
Why is 'deze' used here instead of 'dit'?
"dit" and "dat" only precede the "het"-nouns, "de man" is not one of them