What's the different of "me" and "mij"? Is it used different like" jou, jij, je "?
Why is ik interchangeable to mean me and I ? This seems so strange.
Can someone explain the difference between the two negatives "niet" and "geen"? When are they used?
Have a read through this topic: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/3734833
Bedankt! So it's like the German "kein" vs "nicht"? Thank you, this was very helpful
Yes, it is similar to the German kein vs nicht
Geen is als in het engels 'no' bijvoorbeeld 'there's no way out'
niet is als je 'not' gebruikt 'I'm not sure about that' oftewel 'ik ben er niet zeker van'
Can i use "nee, ik ben niet" ?
No, the verb 'ben' is not present in the English sentence.
This is early in the lessons, but could I say "Nee, niet mij" assuming mij does mean "me".
Yes, it says that this is one of the correct solutions.
I put "Nee, niet me" and Duolingo said it was wrong. I believe that could still be a correct way of saying it. Can someone confirm?
No, you are pointing someone (yourself) out. Hence you need the full/stressed form mij.