What's the difference between hebt and heeft? Why is heeft incorrect here?
I believe "hebt" is used in 2nd person singular (Jij/je hebt) while "heeft" is used in 3rd person singular (Hij/zij/het heeft).
I also believe either "hebt" or "heeft" can be used with the 2nd person singular formal pronoun, U. But check me on that.
I have - Ik heb
You (singular, informal) have - Jij/je hebt
You (singular, formal) have - U hebt/heeft
He/she/it has - Hij/Zij(/ze)/Het heeft
Plural always is the same as the infinitive, with one exception you'll learn later
Can you not also say jullie hebben here also?
Who is you in this context? A person or a group?
Depends if it is "Jij/Je hebt..." or "Jullie hebben..." - if this was a writing exercise, then both should be accepted.
And the formal 'you have' (plural and singular!) can be both: 'u hebt' and 'u heeft'
Whats the difference between U and je/jij?
U is used for formal situations and when you want to respect somebody.
And as far as I know, Je/Jij are the same. (But seriously I'm not sure)
Jullie is for 2 or more people
U is the formal of you and je/jij is the informal or familiar
Why is "Jou" incorrect?
You could say Je/Jij/U hebt.
Or Jullie hebben.
There is not such thing as Jou in Dutch for 'you'.
je of jou. jou is an object pronoun. ❤❤❤ gaat het met jou? (gemarkeerde vorm) 2nd person singular, informal jij (je), subject/ jou (je), object. There is also jouw (je)/jouwe .
Grabe naman po ang hirap naman po pala.
Why is 'Je' used here and no 'jij'? What is the difference?
Both je and jij are correct. best way i can discribe it is by example.
Written on some paper. You (now) have the strawberries. Je.
But she said you had the strawberries. Jij.
Hope it makes more sense now.