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?"
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
Yeah she says 'een meisje drinkt een sap'
I agree. I the slow version she says 'het' but in the fast one its missing
How do i say 'drank juice' in dutch?
i wrote een sap cause i heard this article in voice note
the woman's voice is wrong. for regular speed she says "een" and for slow speed she says "en". duo please fix