What's the difference between a spel and a spelletje? It wouldn't allow me "welk spelletje"
As a dutchman i am not sure about the english... Wouldn't "which game shall we play now" be better?
I'm a native English speaker, and I would probably use the present continuous: Which game are we playing now?
I, too, am a native UK English speaker and I agree - it may be grammatically loose but it is what I would expect to hear (either that or "wha' game we gunna play now?" which neatly sidesteps the issue!)
Either way works, but that just sounds more formal.
Welke, welk... I completely forgot the grammar. Welke is with de worden and welk with het worden? Thanks for the reminder :p
Het spel, dus welk spel. De man, dus welke man.
I think its not the same saying "wich game shall we play now" and "wich game will we play now"
How would you describe the difference?
I think it is the same - the only difference , I believe, is that "shall" is far more likely to be heard in the UK than in the USA.