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"My dog is a bit bigger than your dog."

Translation:Mijn hond is een beetje groter dan jullie hond.

2 years ago

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This one doesnt make sense, because you can translate the english possessive pronoun 'your' in to either 'jouw' (stressed)/'je' or into 'uw' and even into 'jullie'. If you want to get this question correct, you must have context of the situation. (Btw im dutch)

1 year ago

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"mijn hond is een stuk groter dan jouw hond" When learning english and knowing dutch, stuk is used quite often for bit, why not in the opposite translation?

2 years ago

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I would translate 'een stuk' as 'a lot', though.

2 years ago