that's what she said.......
very original lmao
What's wrong with "de banaan is zacht, niet zwaar"?
The correct answer said it should be " hard" instead of "zwaar" but my answer should be correct too, right?
'zwaar' means hard as in difficult, for hard as in not soft you need to use 'hard'
Why is it not 'zachte', as baanan is a 'de' word?
For adjectives that stand on their own (not before a noun), you always use the basic form, without the added "e".
what is the difference between 'zacht' and 'zachte'?
Take a look here.
why is it not "geen hard" ?
That would be “not a'/'no' hard” with "hard" being a noun.