What's the difference between "I like these women" and "I like those women" ?
I went for "these", and got turned down :(
These = deze = closeby. "These shoes I am wearing right now" Deze schoenen.
Those = die = somewhat further away, as if you're pointing at something "Those women across the street" die vrouwen
"I find those women fun" didn't work. Should it? (Leuk translates to "nice" or "fun" on the left.
By curosity = leuk not only means fun, it means agreeable, attractive, nice, pleasant, etc. Although “leuk vinden” means to like, it also means, but literally, “to think nice”.
I came here with the same question! I hope someone who speaks better than I can clarify that for us.