"Eleven against thirteen"
Translation:Elf tegen dertien
It's just like English, we get 4-teen, 5-teen, 6-teen but not 1-teen, we have eleven. Luckily the Dutch word elf is quite similar to English eleven so that might help you remember it.
Edit: Oh wait you're level 16, you know this.
lol oops! I don't know why I got a notification for it, sorry. That explains you being such high level!
I'm a native English speaker. Dutch is the first language I've tried to learn. What does "11 against 13" mean though? Is that 11:13? 12:47? 1:11pm? I've never heard the expression "against" used in time before.
It's not used in time, it's one group/instance against the other (e.g. with soccer: eleven against eleven, or one against the goalkeeper)