You might not be surprised to hear that Dutch has many words for "canal".
- Kanaal: used for transport by ship or barge between two bodies of water. Usually large.
- Gracht: city canals, used both for transportation and water management. Typically has trees and row houses on either side.
- Sloot: small canals in the countryside, used for irrigation and water management.
This is happening, not just in the Dutch courses, but in others too. I think it has to do with the new update. In some courses (like Irish and Welsh), there aren't even microphone exercises where you have to speak the Irish/Welsh sentence given to you
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