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How do I know whether to say "die" or "dat" in a sentence?

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Does the rule have anything to do with relative "het" and "de" terminology? It seems so random to me, or like it depends on context that I'm not seeing.

For learning: Dutch
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    I think if you use "De" you need to use "die" and the same for "Het" and "dat".

    For example:
    De fiets die in de garage staat.
    Het boek dat op de tafel ligt.

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