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Grammargrammatica
I am Jonathanik ben Jonathan
my bookmij boek
this is my bookdit is mij boek
You are too cleverjij bent knap
I drink waterik drink water
I drank waterik dronk water (used infrequently)
I have drunk the water Ik heb het water gedronk
I drink cold waterik drink koud water
I want to drink waterik wil water drink
I drink too much waterik drink te veel water
I drank too much waterik dronk te veel water
I have drunk too much waterIk heb te veel water gedronk
we have drunk too much waterWij hebben te veel water gedronken
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De and het are definite articles. Effectively they mean "the". Het huis means the house. De zon means the sun.
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