You need to look at the verb conjugation. If it's the full verb then the subject is plural ( we, you, they ). If it's the verb stem + t, the subject is singular ( you, he/she ). So..
Zij heeft - she has. Zij hebben - they have
Thank you for that simple explanation, because I was also struggling with it. :)
Oh! mystery solved! Thanks!
It is still very difficult to commit this to memory, the course should stress more on these critical differences, maybe is does later on, However thank you! rubs temples
Thank you! That has been getting me every time. Now it finally makes sense.
Why is it 'She has' and not 'They have'? I can't see a pattern so I'm guessing each time I see 'zij'.
IT MAKES ME SO MAD CAUSE "Zij" and "Hij" and "het" are so similar to me and I get them confused like with the "Type what you hear" I always get it wrong because they sound the same
I have the same problem SugarPlum36
'Ze heeft de borden' should also be correct
It is, just not when it is a listening exercise.
Thank you for that simle explanation.
hey um so how do you give people lingot's?
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