"A rhinoceros has a horn."

Translation:Een neushoorn heeft een hoorn.

4 years ago

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Could someone tell me what the literal translation of "neushoorn" is?

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/vam1980
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'Neus' is 'nose', 'hoorn' is 'horn', so 'nosehorn' :-)

4 years ago

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The Dutch language is so brilliant xD 'nosehorn'

4 years ago

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We also have:

And the list is probably even longer....

4 years ago

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Nose ape is much better than proboscis monkey.

7 months ago

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Thank you.

4 years ago

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En een neus!

4 years ago

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What's the difference between ' heeft ' and ' hebt' ?

2 years ago

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3rd and 2nd person: hij heeft (he has), jij hebt (you have).

2 years ago
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