Why do i have to put a t after drink ?
We conjugate verbs, so e.g. the verb 'drinken' (to drink) would be:
So , is it almost the same as German ?
German and Dutch are similar, but many, many languages conjugate their verbs. Have a look at Grammar: The Dutch present simple.
Yeah, kind of. :)
As Gelaarsd_Schaap said, many languages conjugate their verbs, even English! Kind of. (You know, the s after the verb: 'I know; He knows')
could I have said "A girl is drinking juice?"
How do i say 'drank juice' in dutch?
She said something between drinkt and sap. I put het, but the answer did not show the word. There is something wrong with the audio
the woman's voice is wrong. for regular speed she says "een" and for slow speed she says "en". duo please fix