I didn't even think and wrote "laser menu".
I do that too, I think I start to get a little arrogant about getting everything right then start to not pay attention. Apparently my mind starts to believe that I'm a danish learning rockstar!
I guess we all do it.
Sometimes, our bodies control our minds. Haha.
I SUPER IDENTIFY WITH THIS !!!! HAHAHAHA
Glad I'm not the only one doing this ☺
Ahh im so confused. SO many options. "They are reading..." "You are studying..." how do i know which one to use???
In conversation, how can you tell which verb tense is being used?
"De" stands for "you" and "they". How do you tell the difference?
It's almost never used as "you". That would be the very formal form of you.
Confusing how "de" can mean "the," but also "they" and "you."
De can not mean the. The is the ''en'' at the end of ''menuen''.
But under the dropdown, it states it as one of the options.
De can be translated as "the" when it defines (a) a plural noun that (b) has an adjective.
How could I know when De is They and when De is You(plural).
Du = you (singular)
I = you (plural)
De = they
no one can convince me he doesn't say 'vi'
How does one say these two sentences?
- "They are reading the menu"
- "They read the menu"