I noticed "Kaffer har oljen." What does it mean? Kaffer is a taboo word in South Africa.
Was that one of those multiple choice exercises? I think Duo more or less randomly generates sentences. "Kaffer" is plural of "kaffe" = "coffee".
Yes it's in this "The cook has the oil." multiple choice question. Thanks for the response. I googled this but could not find a translation.
If you're trying to spell it out, how do you know if the plural of a word ends in -en or -et? Is it a masc/fem difference and how would you know the difference?
What is the difference between kokken and kokkene?
I've seen both on here and apparently they are not interchangeable?
Kokken = the cook (singular).
Kokkene = the cooks (plural).