In english everyone is made up of 2 words, every and one, is this the same for iedereen?
From what I've picked up it is: Ieder = each/every + een (or één) = one.
Why isn't it dragen?
The same reason that it's not 'wear' in English. Your saying each one is not they all are.
why draagt and not dragen? isn't "everyone" a plural?
Isn't iedereen plural? Why we use draagt instead of dragen here?
Why not dragen?
Why is 'everyone/iedereen' not followed by the plural 'dragen'?
Speaking finction does not work
What is the difference between idereen and iemand.