"Het gaat goed!"
Translation:It is going well!
When i just did it, it actually gave a correct answer as "it is going good" - don't know if they may have changed it or not. El2theK is correct in saying that "it is giong well" is correct grammar, but not everyone says everything perfectly. Quick question for anyone - is it just the voice on here or is all "g"s pronounced like "h"s?
"Het" does mean "the," in many cases, but it can also be used to mean "it" in a number of idiomatic expressions, such as above. Het gaat niet goed (It's not going well), Het is koud (It is cold), Het is warm (It is warm), Het regent (It is raining) , Het geeft niet (It does not matter) are some examples.