[rainbow]
weather
[a path]
the outdoors
[cows]
animals
[tree]
trees
[rose]
flowers
[garden]
yard
[bus]
traffic
[a building]
buildings

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Dutch Everyday: Parks

[park]
park click to hear
[Klein Park]
klein park click to hear - 2
[lawn]
grasveld click to hear
[lawn]
grasveld click to hear
[grass]
gras click to hear - 2
[blades of grass]
grassprietjes click to hear - 2
[artificial turf]
kunstgras click to hear - 2
[park bench]
bankje click to hear - 2
[]
standbeeld click to hear
[planter]
bloembak click to hear - 2
[playground]
speeltuin click to
  hear - 2
[swings]
schommels click to hear - 2
[slide]
glijbaan click to
  hear

de / het / 't click to hear (the)
een, 'n click to hear - 2 (a, an)
één click to hear (one)
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(het) park
(de) bloembak
hear
(park)
(planter)
(het) bankje
(het) standbeeld
hear
(park bench)
(statue)
(het) gras
(het) grasveld
hear
(grass)
(lawn, turf)
(het) park
(het) grasveld
(het) bankje
(het) standbeeld
hear
(park)
(lawn, turf)
(park bench)
(statue)
(de) speeltuin
(de) schommel
(de) glijbaan
hear - 2
(playground)
(swing)
(slide)

In a Russian class (long ago) we were told that we could say grassprietje click
to hear ('blade of grass') with a heavy Russian accent click to hear as a greeting to the Red Army soldiers that might some day have marched in. I am glad it didn't happen. >>

[A Dutch flag on the edge of a puddle of water]
colors
[grapes]
food
[a house]
the house
[a path]
the outdoors
[books]
media
[jacket]
clothing
[a mirror]
beauty
[glasses, watch, etc.]
necessities

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