Why isn't "niet" acceptable instead of "geen"?
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Wait... IT ISN'T :O
WHY DIDN'T SCHOOL TEACH THIS WAS BEING LIED TO :/
Are you American? It is a fruit, for americans, don't worry.
vrucht vs fruit ? what's the difference
What?! It's not?! I never would have guessed! ;)
FYI "pasta" in Dutch can mean "paste" instead. In case you come here to the Netherlands and you wonder what "chocolade pasta" is, it's NOT chocolate pasta. :p
Why is het not needed at the beginning here for pasta when in a previous exercise it was needed for breakfast?
Because we aren't talking about a single strand of pasta, or even a single dish of pasta.
werkelijk? ik dacht dat het een appel was
Can someone please explain the difference, in Dutch, between 'Pasta' en 'Deegwaren' ? Thanks
pasta is well, pasta. so it's all sorts of noodle stuff. deegwaren depends a little on the context i would say. it could mean all sorts of products which are made from dough.