I just wanted to know why is it mensen instead of menzen because of the whole hard and soft consonant thing but I'm afraid I'll spark some kind of debate over vegetarianism
An "s" is only changed after an "open" vowel. After a closed one it can only double, if there's no other consonant for dividing the word into syllables.
Why not Het mensen?
The plural article is always "de". :-)
If I want to learn the language spoken in Georgia how can I find it in the list of languages do you know duolingo teaches it or not thanks
Hi! As of right now, Duolingo does not teach Georgian.
En het is geen problem