"Jij eet warme soep."
Translation:You eat warm soup.
For a minute I thought it was gonna translate to "You are eating warm soap!"
my boyfriend is Dutch and he explained to me that when you put an adjective before a noun, you have to add an -e and the end and sometimes double the consonant, when you put it after the noun, you don't add anything at the end of the word. (het meisje is lang? het lange meisje)