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"My parents have just arrived at the station."

Translation:Mijn ouders zijn zojuist op het station aangekomen.

3 years ago

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Is zojuist as common as net? I think this is the first time I've seen it in the course.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Voorlindsay

I think it's mostly personal, but I'd say "net" is used more often than "zojuist" on personal experience. I'd rather say something happened "net" than something happened "zojuist". However I'm sure there are people who prefer "zojuist" over "net" ;)

3 years ago

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Thanks for the explanation!

3 years ago

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I tried "pas" instead of "zojuist"/"net" and it wasn't accepted. Could it be, though?

5 months ago

https://www.duolingo.com/adi_hva

same here, first time i'm seeing zojuist. so have there been improvements done lately, if so, that's great!

2 years ago

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Do ‘zojuist’ and ‘net’ have the same meaning? Are they always interchangeable?

2 years ago

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Is it possible to replace "op" by "naar"?

2 years ago

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No, that means towards.

1 year ago