"Both Saskia and Willem are from the Netherlands."
Translation:Zowel Saskia als Willem komen uit Nederland.
More or less, Marq. " both ... and"/ "as well as refer to the Dutch "zowel ... als" . But "both" has the meaning of "beiden" too. This means you could also translate: "Beiden,Saskia and Willem, komen uit Nederland." Or also: "Beiden, (dus)zowel Saskia als Willem komen uit Nederland.". Of course, the latter one is so emphasing, that it sounds pretty unnatural. Nice weekend, Lu
Why "Als" translated as and here??? I supposed it means If.?? Right?