What is the difference between zij, ze/ wij, we/ jij, je, jullie, jow?
So people say that it doesn't matter but obviously Duolingo disagrees. If I went to Netherlands I could do this easy, but Doulingo is counting my mistakes between the above wrong... Help, alsjeblieft.
There's no difference between zij and ze, no difference between wij and we, but that doesn't count for jij, je, jullie and jouw.
Je can mean you, like in Je bent mooi (You are beautiful), but it also can mean your, like in Je moeder is mooi (Your mother is beautiful). Jouw in fact can't be used as a personal pronoun and is only a possessive pronoun, actually the same as je: Jouw moeder is mooi (Your mother is beautiful). Only slight difference is that jouw puts more emphasis.
The personal pronoun jullie, as opposed to je and jij, can only be used when you address multiple people: Jullie zijn beiden mooi (You are both beautiful).
The following might be interesting to gloss over. It shows the 'full forms' and 'reduced forms' of pronouns in Dutch.