is me hearing 'crap' correct? like, that's the pronunciation? does dutch ever have a true 'b' (voiced) sound?
Does "Ik heb krabben" carry the same connotation as it does to us Americans?
I just noticed that "heb een" and "hebben" sound exactly the same when she says it at normal speed.
There's a slight difference in the delay and stressing the second syllable
Cancer is "kanker" in Dutch, or at least that's how you say it. But I know what you're getting at - German has "Krebs" I think? And it used to be known as "kräfta" in Swedish (which actually means crayfish, but "kräfta" is also what the star sign Cancer is called - crab is "krabba", and would be the symbol used to mean the star sign).