it kind of sounds like Saskia si the direct object...
The most important verb to learn in any language!
Saskia sound is corrupted.
if you were to say "don't do that, saskia", would that be "niet doen dat, saskia"?
Doe dat niet, Saskia!
'Niet doen, Billy!'
Duolingo accepted "Don't do that, Saskia" I wonder if "Stop it, Saskia" is also acceptable Both are common ways in England of telling off a child with the former being gentler.
Is Saskia really a Dutch name? I
There is a Saskia on the crew of Zondag met Lubach, so yeah.
Niet doen suppose to mean "don't do " ?
Yes; besides ‘don't saskia’, they also accept ‘don't do it saskia’.
Why don't you conjugate 'doen' here? "Niet doet, Saskia!"?
The Imperative uses the infinitive form
This has been a puzzle to me. The tips (and other places) mention that the imperative always uses the conjugation for "ik". When should one switch to the infinitive, then?