"Jij betaalt hem iedere dag."

Translation:You pay him every day.

4 years ago

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ubdip
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Wat is het verschil tussen "ieder" en "elk"?

4 years ago

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Susande
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There is none, they are synonyms.

4 years ago

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ubdip
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Dank je wel!

4 years ago

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What would "you pay FOR him every day" be in Dutch?

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/bluthbanana87

Not 100% sure, but I believe it'd be: "Jij betaalt iedere/elke dag van hem."

2 years ago

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That doesn't work, sorry.

Van= of, from (depending on the context)

Voor= for, before, in front of.

1 year ago

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'Jij betaalt iedere dag VOOR hem'

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/UnitarioRe

betaal jij hem op iedere maandag? Or "betaal jij hem iedere maandag"? Which is better?

4 years ago

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I'd say they're pretty much the same.

1 year ago

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'Betaal jij hem elke (iedere) maandag?' is goed Nederlands. 'Betaal jij hem (altijd) op maandag?' is also good, but we don't use ' op iedere maandag'

1 month ago
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