Is it ok if I say
"Water is geen droog"? Why not?
No, "geen" is only used before nouns. "Droog" is an adjective, so you must use "niet".
Oh, that's brilliant, Simius. Thanks a lot.
Dank ja wel
What's the difference between droge and droog?
Adjectives ending with an e go right before a noun.
Ok when do you put "niet" after the adjective and when you put it before?
Someone please help about it bcs it confused me too
Maar water is ook niet nat.
Shouldn't it be 'Het water is niet droog', or 'Een water is niet droog'?
"A water" does not make sense to me. "The water" has a different meaning as now you are referring to specific water, not water in general.
Don't droog and droge mean the same thing? How do I tell which word to use?