You better sign his shirt! He's about to leave highschool!
is "gn" in signeren pronounced like in French signer or like in Spanish español?
Like French signer.
Is this some kind of reference?
In Indonesia it's quite common for high school students to sign on their mates' shirts when they graduate. I don't know if it refers to anything else though.
what does 'signeren' mean in this case?
To place an autograph.
Why then does it not accept "We autograph his shirt"?
would "his shirt" have been differently?
Ik signeren mijn kunst. Is this correct for a non-plural subject
Ik signeer minj kunst seems okay (watch out: signeren - full verb, but I sign - ik signeer), but sounds a bit unnatural
Would you use the long vowel sound for "e" in this sentence because i cant hear it well on the app
Can signeren also mean a sign as in a billboard?
is this the same as signature (on a letter, etc.)?