So is, iedereen always will the sing. 3rd not plural?
Yes. "iedereen" is always used with the verb in the 3rd person singular. "alle" is used with the 3rd person plural.
By the way, "hoed" means "hat," not "hood," right?
So when we are talking about a white hat, it would mean something like this:
You are right! A "hood" would be "kap" in Dutch. :)
Yes, like Gandalf, not like supremacists.
A hood=een capuchon
Een kap is alleen de capuchon van een monnikspij (of een hoofddeksel in kledendracht) unless you are talking about the hood of a car then yes, that is motorkap. Or a lamenkap, lampshade.
Een trui heeft een capuchon, geen "kap".
Why not "everyone wears a white hat"
Yes, that could work. E.g. "Everyone wears a white hat on the beaches in Panama."
If Duo doesn't accept it, hit the "report" button -> "My answer should be accepted."
I wrote, "Everyone wears a white hat." It was accepted on the 16th of March 2021.
Why is "draagt" pronounced "drragt" while "krant" is pronounced kkhant? How many R sounds in Dutch?
Since it's a white hat, hoed should be preceded by wit instead of witte right?
no, you use witte because is a DE word and not a het word:
Een wit schaap--------> het schaap
Een witte hoed--------->De hoed