What's the difference between de and het?
Yes please help. Can't tell when to use het from De
You'll have to learn by heart. There are no rules, mere guidelines (with a lot of exceptions).
There are two rules, without exceptions:
this gives me depression
De is used for particular person like De man/ de Vrovw (the woman) and Het is used as neutral singular like het book
What is the diff between leest and lezen? Help please!
It depends on the person who does it.
This goes for almost any verb. Lees is you, like I read > ik lees. Leest is singular other so when someone else reads, for example you read > jij leest. Lezen is plural other, so for example we read > Wij lezen
Difference between de meisje leest de krant and Het jongen leest de krant?