It thought it was "doesn't she" instead of "don't they". What makes this plural?
So as far as I understand it:
Waarom gaat zij niet in oktober? Why doesn't she go in October?
Waarom gaan zij niet in oktober? Why don't they go in October?
You are correct.
It cannot be "she" because "gaan" stands for plural.
why do not they go in October?...is wrong but should be ok
"Why don't they go" is the commonly used contracted form of "why do they not go"
as a native english speaker i can tell you we don't say "why do not they go"
I am not clear of the grammar rule, but I know it isn't done
Ok, I understand "don't" is the commonly used form. But do that make "do not" form wrong? I really don't think so and this could be considered as an alternative.
Thanks for the explanation. I assume you are a native English speaker, right?
whats the different prounce of ze and zij？？？
That is really awkward English. How about "Why don't they go in October?"