"Wij hebben meer dan vijf kranten."
Translation:We have more than five newspapers.
when you first language is English and you don't know the difference between then and than
Problems us non natives don't often face, then: point in time, like: and then he came. Than, comparison, as in: it means more than just a ring
What if you say had to say "over" instead of "more than"? Wouldn't the meaning be the same?
I meant "over [x] different [y]" but obviously it wouldn't work, haha. Thank you for your answer. :)
I guess that I still don't understand how one chooses Wij over We in this sentence. I see the use of stressed Wij in spoken Dutch when the speaker makes it clear, but in written Dutch how do you know whether the word should be stressed or not? If the point is that there are five papers or more, it seems to me that the last part of the sentence is the stressed part rather than the subject. Can anyone clarify this for me?