Could it also be "we are not cooking"?
So how do we distinguish between the two using the same Dutch statement since both havee very different apprehensions??
I had the same confusion. What distinguishes it from the present tense or a state of being?
Context. Here on Duolingo, there is none, but if you are speaking to someone directly, there should be enough for you to gather what is going on.
When we use "wij" and when we use"we" in a sentence
Reminds me of House Greyjoy
How do i say, we cook nothing?
Wij koken niks