If you're an Engkish-speaker who likes to learn through cognates or etymology, "lopen" is related to "leap" and "elope."
I thought of lope, wich means to walk or jog with long strides
"De maneer loopt" is wrong? (Trying to apply the more formal words I just learned!)
There is a spelling mistake in your sentence, it should be meneer. In this sentence I wouldn't use that though, since meneer or heer actually mean gentleman.
Thank you, Susande! And thank you for the clarification about when to use man vs. meneer, also!
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Whats the difference between the two words, "loopt" and "wandelt"?
Walking vs wandering
In Flanders, lopen = running en stappen = walking
When to use loop, lopen and loopt??
Conjugation of the verb lopen:
What is the difference in usage of 'de' and 'het' in a sentence?
there are two genders in dutch, the first is masculine/feminine (sounds odd but they are in the same group) and neuter. De is used with masc/fem and het is used with neuter. Ex: de appel, het water