Where did you meet my dog before?
why hond sounds like honds?
The d at the end of a word has a t sound in Dutch. So you say "hont". Within a word, it is pronounced as d, "honden"
The Dutch lady has asthma. Or maybe She's just Dutch. You never know.
And how do you say in Dutch "You know my dog, don't you?"
you can say like that ==> jij kent mijn hond, niet waar ?
and just to be clear, "niet waar" means "no true"?
normally yes ,it means "not true" but in that sentence it means "don't you" ;)
All I can hear is "My child, your dog"
Could this be used in another way such as;
"Your dog is so clean"
"Well you know my dog, he doesn't like going out for walks!"
Sounds like mijn room or something