Not from starbucks, that's for sure
Albert Heijn, jumbo, dirk.... gratis koffie allerwegen :D
Free coffee? We're best friends now...
Why is not good - i have coffee for free ??
Ik vraag hetzelfde
Waar is de gratis koffie?! Ik wil sommige!
quick correction after five years after this post. sommige is used for countable nouns (sommige dieren, some animals). wat is used for uncountable nouns (wat koffie, some coffee)
is this adjective unchanging?
The word fof free in Spanish is also "gratis" just pronounced differently. Cool!
I've heard it used in English too, though less often. I think we stole it from Spanish. ^_^
Actually I think it comes straight from Latin (which is of course where the Spanish version comes from too). It's also used in several other Germanic and Romance languages, including German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, French, Italian and Romanian.
In Polish it's also gratis
I'm sure it's ok to say the 'gr' in 'gratis' as 'χr (IPA)', yes?
I'd say xr in IPA, it didn't sound that strong, or possible xʁ but that seems hard to pronounce.
Why is it not gratise, since koffie is a de word?
i believe gratis has no -e version because it's a word that comes from latin. someone correct me if im wrong
I did not know that was a rule
its not really a rule. some adjectives just dont have the -e option. "eigen" another one of them, for example, meaning "own" (for example "my own house").