why is 'ze' used and not 'hun'? it is an object in this sentence
"hen" and "hun" only refer to people. "ze" can be used to refer to people too, but it's the only one that can be used to refer to objects. I think it's safe to assume that they're selling objects like shares on the stock market and not people :P
I hope they aren't selling people :o
However, just FYI, if they were selling people... you would use "hen" and not "hun". "hen" is used for direct objects, which is what "ze" is in this sentence. "hun" is for indirect objects.
Couldn't schandpaal be used for stocks too?
I keep forgetting which is which. But thanks :)
What about 'het'?
To anyone thinking like me that "de beurs" was plural - it's singular as a matter of fact :)