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Dutch provincies.

Dutch Geography, Landmarks & Infrastructure is the sixty-third (assuming left to right) skill in the Dutch language tree with seven lessons[1]. These lessons contain vocabulary about distinctly Dutch landmarks and also Dutch geography.

LessonsEdit

Lesson 1Edit

  • Groningen = Groningen
  • Flevoland = Flevoland
  • de provincie = province
  • Friesland = Friesland
  • geboren = born
  • Holland = Holland

Lesson 2Edit

  • Zeeland = Zeeland
  • Limburg = Limburg
  • het dijk = dike
  • beschermen = to protect
  • zuidelijker = more southern
  • Noord-Brabant = North Brabant
  • de polder = polder

Lesson 3Edit

  • den Haag = The Hague
  • Utrecht = Utrecht
  • Noord-Holland = North Holland
  • Zuid-Holland = South Holland
  • Gelderland = Gelderland
  • grachten = canals

Lesson 4Edit

  • Gouda = Gouda
  • Drenthe = Drenthe
  • de hunebed = dolmen
  • Kerkrade = Kekrade
  • vieren = to celebrate
  • Overijssel = Overijssel
  • Rotterdam = Rotterdam
  • het carnaval = Carnival

Lesson 5Edit

  • de zeehond = seal
  • het waddeneiland = island formed from a polder
  • de duin = dune
  • Vlieland = Vlieland
  • Texel = Texel
  • Noordzee = North Sea
  • verteld = told

Lesson 6Edit

  • de vuurtoren = lighthouse
  • behoren = to belong to
  • Terschelling = Terschelling
  • Schiermonnikoog = Schiermonnikoog
  • Ameland = Ameland
  • de zeemeeuw = seagull
  • vliegen = to fly

Lesson 7Edit

  • het file = traffic jam
  • de snelweg = highway
  • de verkeersprobleem = traffic problem
  • de vertraging = delay
  • de verkeersinformatie = traffic report
  • de spits = rush hour

ReferencesEdit

  1. Dutch-Geography,-Landmarks-&-Infrastructure

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