Dutch is so much simpler. In German you have lange, langer, langes, langen and langem depending on the case and gender of the noun
wait till you'll learn Polish. male kind -długi, female - długa, neuter - długie. each of these has 7 forms of declinaton (there's only 4 in German)... and this is just singular. Plural is next 14 words to learn (just male and 'non-male' kind).
Oh, and longer and longest have 3 kinds, 7 declinaton forms and ofcourse plural forms which are also declinated.
Actually it's the same in Norwegian. Langt (neuter), lang (masculine and feminine), lange (plural).
So if "lange" stays after "groente" is gonna be - De groente is lang. Am I right?
I've seen groenten, groentes and groente all as plurals of groente. There must be more to this than meets the eye, but I haven't found the answer yet.
So "groente" means "vegetable" and refers to ALL vegetables, not just green ones?