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[a path]
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Dutch Everyday: The Yard 1

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tuin click to hear - 2 ('garden')

[yard, garden]
tuin click to hear - 2
['small garden,' flowerbed]
tuintje click to hear - 2
[garden plant]
plant click to hear
[bush]
struik click to hear - 2
[weeds]
onkruid click to hear
[hedge]
heg click to hear
[fence]
hek click to hear
[fence]
hek click to hear
[brick wall]
muur click to
  hear
[The Great Wall]
De Grote Muur click to hear - 2
[wooden fence]
schutting click to hear
[gate]
poortje click to hear
[patio]
platje click to
  hear
[floor tiles]
tegels click to hear - 2
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) gras
(de) plant
(de) struik
(de) boom
hear
(grass)
(plant)
(bush)
(tree)
(de) heg
(het) hek
(de) schutting
(de) muur
hear
(hedge)
(fence)
(wooden fence)
(wall)
(het) hek
(de) heg
(de) muur
(de) schutting
hear
(fence)
(hedge)
(wall)
(wooden fence)
(de) boomgaard click to hear 2 3
(de) moestuin click to hear 2
([tree-yard] orchard)
(vegetable garden)
The Dutch word (de) wal click to
  hear ('wall') is only found in street names (Walstraat click to hear - Wall Street) and in the old city walls: stadswallen click to
  hear
Onkruid vergaat niet click to
  hear ('Weeds don't perish, You can't kill weeds') often said as 'you can't kill the naughty streak.'
(de) poort click to
  hear ('gate') is a bit serious, like a city gate or Heaven's Gate.
(de) voortuin (vóórtuin) click to
  hear 2 ('front yard') - (de) achtertuin click to
  hear ('back yard')
Ik heb een uur in de tuin gewerkt. click to hear I've worked in the yard for an hour.
Ik moest gras maaien. click to hear
alternative: onkruid wieden click to hear
OR: bladeren harken click to hear 2
I had to mow the lawn. (literally: the grass.)
'remove weeds'
'rake leaves'
Misschien kunnen we wel buiten zitten. click to hear 2 Maybe we can even go sit outside

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[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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