CruMember wrote: ↑Sat 24th Mar 2018 03:57 pmHoi Chillaz!
It should be like this:
The adjective (e.g. 'prachtig') would only be without an 'e' at the end
in case you are dealing on a "het"-woord substantive (a neuter/neutrum e.g. 'het weer' = the weather)
in combination with an indefinite article ('een'): 'een prachtig weer'.
But with an definite article ('het' or 'de') it would be 'het prachtige weer'.
Note1: all diminutive form words are "het"-words ('de joint' -> 'het jointje', 'het weer' -> 'het weertje' ...) and are also in danger to be used in combi with adjectives zonder 'e'!
Note2: if 'prachtig' would be used as an adverb instead, it's always without 'e' ('het weertje is prachtig!', 'de zomer is mooi' ...)
..."Het is een mooie taal!" Haha!
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Inderdaad! Wat prachtig!DeLekkersteNUGS16 wrote: ↑Sat 26th May 2018 11:58 amThat's correct