But when does zij mean she or they?
The verb will tell. ;)
What do you mean
We conjugate verbs:
Is zij also not she?
So add an "en" to the end of the verb to mean they?
Its more like remove the en and add t to make it she, because with the en is the infintive/unconjugated form of the verb.
But yes when its written with en it means they
When do you choose to use ZIJ for THEY and when ZE? Does it mean THEY are females if you say ZIJ? or is there any rule when you use ZE or ZIJ for they/or for she? (the same with we and wij).
Please read XMerrie's/Merlin's Beard's answer to Sarah.
Dan kopen ze een hond
Why hound is not correct?
Dog is hond, not hound (love)
I ment hound in english, though I see it refers a specific type of dog.
I'm sorry, but the woman's pronunciation of sounds is vague and terrible. Unless you always slow it down, you could easily make mistakes.
That is what I said
She or t hey, I chose she... Wrong!
She or they are options on the drop down menu. I chose she. It was wrong even though an option!
According to Xmerrie, if the verb has an "en" on the end (Willen) then it means they, but if it's just the root (Will) then it means she. Hope this helps!
Gamw ton thkiaolo sou me to Ze je to Zij
i still don't get it when in she and when is they ? it's so frustating
What do ya mean TGF BRO