"You get the cat from me."
Translation:Jij krijgt de kat van mij.
goedemorgen 'wil' je een ei met jouw ontbijt (or) goedemorgen 'wilt' je een ei met jouw ontbijt - both are correct. In question forms, 'wilt' becomes 'wil'..but how come the second one is also correct? u and je are just ways formal and informal addressing right? can anyone help please..
It's the wrong sentence discussion, though:
- If the verb is placed before the subject, and the subject is je/jij the stem of the verb is used. This is the same as what you would use with ik and generally means removing the -t at the end.
For example Jij hebt becomes Heb jij?. Which means that wilt je is not correct.
- This rule only applies to the subject being je/jij.
In other words with u this rule does not apply, for example U bent stays Bent u?.