Optometrist

Near-sighted

Far-sighted

Dermatologist

Dentist

To anesthesize >> to numb

I feel numb =gevoelloos

Gums = tandvlees

Tartar=  tandplak

Check-up week

Varicose veins = spataderen

Ultrasound = echografie

Support stockings ( steunkousen) for at least two weeks.

The knee >> injections

The photos are reassuring >> to reassure = geruststellen / verzekeren

Meeting = vergadering

West-Nile virus is a tropical virus that spreads among us = tussen ons

On the rise= stijgt

Mosquitos

One in four = 1 op 4

To develop = ontwikkelen

Overpopulations = we are with too many

U2 = You too

Many = countable : many apples, many people, many things, many bottles

Much= countable >> much water, much milk, much air, much love

A lot of >> both

  • A lot of people, bottles, air, love, beer, money, …

How many people

How much water

There are so many poor people

There is so much happiness in this classroom.

Immunity >> immune systems

A complex network of organs= organen

Foreign organisms

Viruses and bacteria

To strengthen

Approaching = naderen

A cold wet autumn

Tips! Enough sleep ( six to eight hours)

Avoid smoking and alcohol

Choose red wine. It contains reservatrol which strengthens your resistance. Eat a lot of vegetables ( grapes)

High nutritional >> nutrients( voedingsstoffen)

Raw is better than cooked

Anti-oxidants

Chicory = witloof

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

High-processed food

Cut the carbs = koolhydraten

Whole grain = volkoren

My burns are completely cured

Moisturiser= nivea

Moist = vochtig

Down to earth

You scan your body

Live in the now >> yoga / mindfulness /

Awareness  

Go over your day

Warriors = krijgers

Due to = omwille

Funeral arrangements

Unexpected , all of a sudden

Loneliness = eenzaamheid

Valentine’s Day

to loathe =  verafschuwen

excruciating=   onuitstaanbaar / verschrikkelijk

squirming= kronkelen , ineenkrimpen

to gather around = verzamelen

attachement= bijlage

rom-com = romantic comedy >> Bridget Jones Diary / Love Actually / Mama Mia / …

mortifying = vernederend

I never lived it down = Ik heb het niet overleefd, nooit te boven gekomen

My then-boyfriend

I was determined

Dodgy = ongemakkelijk, misselijk, wantrouwig

Blissful >> full of bliss = zalig

Non-Indian

Not hygienic?

To motion =  gebaren

Degrading= vernederend

Though >> although = alhoewel

Mortified

The loo = the toilet >> the restroom / the bathroom

To mop =  dweilen , afvegen

brow >> eyebrow

quite = nogal

quiet = stil

I drunkenly dropped the L-bomb

I’d actually >> I had actually

I’d like a new dress= I would like a new dress

I’d bought a new dress= I had bought a new dress.

I have washed the car

I had washed the car when a pidgeon shat all over it.

I had looked forward to it = ik keek er naar uit

Agonizing= pijnlijk  

The slow road to recovery = de trage weg naar herstel

Candlelit = candles >> to lit = to let them burn

Whisper= fluisteren

It was rammed = very full

Loads to chat and laugh = veel om over te babbelen en lachen

Pressure

To gulp down = to drink very fast

Boozing = to booz = zuipen

A nervous twitch = tic nerveux

To  blurt out = eruit flappen

To stared = staarden

Soggy= zompig, drassig

High-pitched squeak= hoge toon, piep

To swig wine= wijn zwelgen

Flopped face down= ik gooide mij met mijn gezicht naar beneden

Awkward = ongemakkelijk

To take lightly =  licht opnemen

Life-long commitment =  levenslang engagement

To nod= knikken <<>> to shake your head

To rush = zich haasten

It’s not what they say, it’s what they whisper that counts …

To whisper = fluisteren

To count = tellen

No inspiration

I feel better, but not completely OK yet.

Bad >> worse >> worst

Worse=slechter

Previous time= vorige keer  

Previous = vorige

Last time  = laatste keer

Trappen van vergelijking

Bad >> worse >> worst

Good >> better >> best

1 lettergreep: er / est

Big >> bigger >> biggest

Nice >> nicer >> nicest

 2 lettergrepen: soms er/est

Narrow >> narrower >> narrowest

Famous >> more famous >> most famous

3 lettergrepen + / more and most

Beautiful >> more beautiful >> the most beautiful

Worse=slechter

I received = Ik ontving

He died= He passed away

He is deceased

The grim reaper = Pietje de dood

Grim = grimmig

To reap >> You reap what you sow= You oogst wat je zaait.

He was buried = begraven

To bury

Funeral = begrafenis

Currently = momenteel

She was present = ze was aanwezig

Outside <<>> inside

More sad news.

We are looking forward to it.

My son became father, I became grandma

A baby girl, Emily

Grandma ( mummy) / grandpa ( pops)

Grumpy = humeurig  

Congratulations

Last Sunday I went to see Elvis in Oostend.

From his early years = zijn vroege Jaren

Until the end of his life = tot het einde van zijn leven.

Sideburns =bakkebaarden

Bell-bottoms = olifantenpijpen

Two week ago..

The flu= de griep

He was with us until Friday afternoon.

No fever

One woman >> women

One card >> two cards

Man >> men

A billion = $1,000,000,000. 13

9/11/ 2001  = 11 September 2001

It might be good=Het zou goed kunnen zijn

To get engaged = verloofd raken

Promise = beloven

Although = alhoewel

Honey , Sweetheart , Snuckums,

None of the above = geen enkele van bovenstaande

Lent = vasten

I didn’t wash the car.

Knight = ridder

baron

Count = burggraaf  >> countess

Earl = graaf

Duke = hertog >> duchess

Prins

King = koning

Emperor

It is very unlikely that it will snow tonight

To harm= kwetsen

To survive = overleven

Abuse= misbruik

Woodley Park Guesthouse:

2647 Woodley Road, NW Washington, DC 20008

2024 The be biggest ever year for voting in elections

It’s all about politics

Could / would / should >> ‘L’ is silent

An event

A United nation / an unknown soldier / an hour

Nick picking = muggenziften

The Oxford /King’s English

To cast a vote is an idiom for voting.

Bad actors = bad items / bad things / bad influencers

AI = Artificial Intelligence

To reduce = to diminish >> verminderen

We use ‘big' to talk about the physical size of an object and 'large' is used to talk about the physical size.

Ex. Eden garden is the biggest stadium in India

The Pacific is the largest ocean in the world

Vast is very large or wide ( literally or figuratively) while huge is very large

Ex. The sea is vast

I am a huge fan of you

A collaborator is someone who runs to the other side.

The city council =  gemeentebestuur

True/ False

1T / 2F / 3F / 4F / 5T / 6T / 7T / 8F

Synonym

1G / 2I / 3D / 4A / 5F / 6J / 7B / 8E / 9C / 10H

Phrase Match

1G / 2D / 3I / 4F / 5B / 6H / 7C / 8J / 9A / 10E

Poll = stembus / opiniepeiling  

Spelling

  • estimated
  • population
  • polls
  • blocs
  • casting
  • focused
  • posed
  • democracy
  • artificial
  • article
  • manipulation
  • reduce

Muggers now targeting luxury winter coats

Pattern design

Workplace = studio

Mink = nerts

Fur

The coat is in my wardrobe / closets

Collar = kraag

Collar bone =

Moth balls

Leopard

Gloves ( handschoenen)  >> mittens  ( wanten)

A spate = a wave >> a lot of

To focus

Knife-point

$ 2,200 = two thousand two hundred

£1,000,000,000

02/21/2024 = February the 21st of 24

My jacket was in the back of the car

High-end = expensive

Robbery =  overval

Acquisitive = excessively interested in acquiring money or material things= hebzuchtig

True/False

1T / 2T / 3F / 4T / 5T / 6T /7F  / 8F

Synonym

1F / 2D / 3J / 4H / 5B / 6G / 7I / 8E / 9c /10A

Phrase Match

1E / 2H / 3B / 4J / 5C / 6G / 7D / 8A /  9F /10I

Spelling

  • spate
  • metropolitan
  • slashed
  • vehicles
  • criminologist
  • thefts
  • surroundings
  • vigilant
  • opportunists
  • impacts
  • acquisitive
  • intimidating

The Flexijob!

Industrial washing machines

The washing machine and the dryer

High heels à stiletto’s

Slovenly = slordig

Gloves

Horses and carriage

The job description didn’t match the actual job.

To substract = aftrekken

Try-out

The more expensive, the dirtier

Change the towels

Cleanliness is next to godliness = Reinheid staat naast godsvrucht

Fully booked = no vacancies

When I retired I got a golden parachute.

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

     

Valentine’s Day

From whence did thou arrive = (oud –Engels) Waar komt dit vandaan?

Emperor and empress

FYI = For your information = dit ter zijde

AD= Anno Domini ( Latijn: in het jaar des heren)

BC= Before Christ >> BCE = Before Common  Era

CE = common era ( = huidig tijdperk)

To conduct = uitvoeren

To outlaw = vogelvrij verklaren >> buiten de wet leven

 

Always look at the bright side of life

Ill =ziek >> sick

I am sick of it

I came (to come) on foot

I have a new car.

Busy day

Currently = at the moment

At 5:30pm there is a residential start

Consultation = colsultatie

Allocation = toekennen / plaats geven

City council = gemeenteraad

Tenants = huurders >> they rent a house from the landlord ( huiseigenaar)

I’m not feeling well

A nap= een dutje

A meeting

The board = het bestuur

Mountains >> hills (= heuvels)

4 of us

The woman received a very troubled / disturbing ( to disturb = storen) message:

De vrouw ontving een onrustwekkende boodschap

Disturbing = onrustwekkend

The hospital in Veurne

Some time= enige tijd

A rare muscular disease = een zeldzame spierziekte

To inherit =  erven

Hereditary= erfelijk

Intensive care

It runs ( to run =lopen)in the family = het zit in de familie

Throat = keel

a growth (= gezwel) in the throat

Eating and swallowing is difficult

To swallow= slikken

The cause =oorzaak

To cause = veroorzaken

Major <<>> minor

AM= Ante merdium = After midnight

PM = Post meridium = Past Midday

They can’t operate because his heart is too weak. He is 51. He is 51 years old.

In addition = daar bovenop

To add = optellen <<>>to substract

To multiply <<>> to divide

A division = afdeling

To choke =  verslikken / wurgen

The day before yesterday = eergisteren

Lungs = longen

To feed = voeden >> fed

An announcement

Serious = ernstig

Immediately = onmiddelijk

Barely = amper

It touched me enormously and made me somewhat ( ietwat) sad.

It’s close to home= het is dichtbij

Assisted living = begeleid wonen

The branch = de tak

This morning= deze ochtend , deze voormiddag (tot 12 uur)

This evening= after 18:00

Tonight = vanavond

Early day = vroeg op de dag

The early bird catches worm= De ochtenstond …

Lyrics = liedjesteksten

An appointment =  afspraak

Check-up= controle

To sedate = verdoven

Worked at home

Trained the dog

Wednesday = woensdag

A knife = mes

To laugh = lachen

Tough = stoer

To celebrate = vieren

Frequently= regelmatig

Arrow = pijl

To fall madly in love = hals over kop verliefd worden

Love at first sight = liefde op het eerste zicht

Courtly love= hoofse liefde  (middeleeuwse liefde)

To court = het hof maken

Medieval = middeleeuws

To date back = gaat terug

Equally = gelijk

The earliest = de eerste

To record = opnemen

The golden court =  de Gouden Hof

A small venue / room

 A stove / a heater = kachel

 Coal = kool

Carbon = koolstof

Ashes to ashes and dust to dust

Farm rock = Hoeve rock

Nobody is free of catching cancer > look at King Charles

Leap year

A very cosy place

White pants will get dirty

Panties (US) = knickers (UK)

A child costs a house

€500 / month

The fear of responsibility

Money is the most important argument

To postpone= uitstellen

The desire = het verlangen

The climate change

Just in case = in geval van

The vegetables

We celebrated the 14th birthday.

Stew = stoofvlees

Card tricks

A go-getter >> 78% on his report card.

Sport science

To stay / remain on the right track = op het juiste spoor blijven.

To drill vocabulary

To learn by heart= van buiten leren

Time will tell = de tijd zal uitwijzen

It is easier said than done

My brother-in-law was buried yesterday

Upper class

Middle class

Lower class

Upper middle class

Love at the five and dime( =10 cents)

= shop selling a wide variety of inexpensive household and personal goods.

Rita was sixteen years, hazel eyes (amandel / hazelaar)  and chestnut ( kastanjebruin) hair
She made the Woolworth ( type shop)  counter ( toog / kassa) shine
And Eddie was a sweet romancer ( zoete romanticus) , and a darn (verdomd)  good dancer
And they'd waltz the aisles (gangpaden) of the five and dime

And they'd sing
Dance a little closer to me, dance a little closer now
Dance a little closer tonight
Dance a little closer to me, 'cause it's closing time
And love's on sale tonight at this five and dime

Eddie played the steel guitar ( type of guitar)
And his mama cried 'cause he played in the bars
And kept young Rita out late at night    >> to keep / kept
So they married up in Abilene, lost a child in Tennessee
Still that love survived

'Cause they'd sing
Dance a little closer to me, dance a little closer now
Dance a little closer tonight
Dance a little closer to me, 'cause it's closing time
And love's on sale tonight at this five and dime

One of the boys in Eddie's band took a shine to Rita's hands
So Eddie ran off with the bass man's wife
Oh, but he was back by June, singin' a different tune
And sportin' miss Rita back by his side (  Rita als trofee terug bij zich / paraderen)

And he sang
Dance a little closer to me, dance a little closer now
Dance a little closer tonight
Dance a little closer to me, 'cause it's closing time
And love's on sale tonight at this five and dime

Eddie traveled with the barroom bands
'Til arthritis took his hands
Now he sells insurance on the side ( verkoopt verzekeringen als bijberoep)
Rita's got a house to keep ( housekeeper = huisvrouw >> to keep = onderhouden)
Dimestore novels and a love so sweet  ( stationromans) + zoete zoete liefde
They dance to the radio late at night

And they sing
Dance a little closer to me, dance a little closer now
Dance a little closer tonight
Dance a little closer to me, 'cause it's closing time
And love's on sale tonight at this five and dime

'Cause Rita was sixteen years, with hazel eyes and chestnut hair
She really made the Woolworth counter shine
Eddie was a sweet romancer, and a darn good dancer
And they'd waltz the aisles of the five and dime
And they'd waltz the aisles of the five and dime
And they'd waltz the aisles of the five and dime

Valentine’s Day

From whence did thou arrive = (oud –Engels) Waar komt dit vandaan?

Emperor and empress

FYI = For your information = dit ter zijde

AD= Anno Domini ( Latijn: in het jaar des heren)

BC= Before Christ >> BCE = Before Common  Era

CE = common era ( = huidig tijdperk)

To conduct = uitvoeren

To outlaw = vogelvrij verklaren >> buiten de wet leven

 

I couldn’t install the battery

It never rains, but it pours  >> you say this when one bad thing after the other happens.

A supervisor supervises

She is an airhead >> She has her head in the clouds.

The journey

A consulate >> an embassy

City-hall >> the municipality

Russia vs Ukraine

The things they have to cope with

Vladimir means ‘ruler of the world’.

The 17th century >> 1600’s

By car, by bike, on foot

People make/ take  ‘shortcuts’

You ride a bike, you drive a car.

She has to stay for one day / overnight

I nearly had a heart attack = cardiac arrest

Diabetic >> diabetes

Medication = the meds= the drugs

The managers >> the directors

The handymen>> a a jack of all trades = someone who know a bit of everything

A craftsman is a handyman who is an expert in one field >> ambachtsman / vakman

Riffraff =   uitschot

Trailer trash

To hire people >> to employ people

Training = opleiding

Accountancy = boekhouding

Accountability = ‘rekenschap’ (verantwoordelijkheid) geven

An invoice =  een factuur

To experience

The only way is up?

I have to lock up the place = afsluiten / opsluiten

Will you lock up before we leave?

A dish = ‘schaal’

Love is a drug called dopamine, say scientists

Scientist

A blue-tit

An assertion = een bewering  >> to assert >> to mean

To approve

To conduct a test= uitvoeren, leiden (a conductor)  

A prairie vole = a rodent ( a rat, a rabbit, a mouse, a hare, a capybara)

To diminish = verminderen

A key part = a very important part

Grief= rouw

To desire = verlangen

To provide = leveren / voorzien / verschaffen

A bond = verband /band

Shares and bonds = aandelen en obligaties

The recipe

True / False

1F / 2T / 3T / 4T / 5F / 6F / 7F / 8T

Synonym

1F / 2I / 3A / 4J / 5C / 6G / 7B / 8D / 9E / 10H

Phrase Match

1C / 2C / 3F / 4a /5i /6E /7 /8D / 9G /10B

Spelling

1 centuries

2. assertion

3. prairie

4. neurotransmitters

5. addictive

6.dimmed

7.complexities

8. dopamine

9. grief

10. selective

11. interact

12 unique

Special education

Boarding school

Disabled / handicapped / people with special needs

 

Love at the five and dime

"Five and dime", "99 cents store", and "Dollar store" = very cheap store

 

Rita was sixteen years, hazel eyes and chestnut hair
She made the Woolworth ( famous shop in the US) counter shine
And Eddie was a sweet romancer ( smooth operator) , and a darn good dancer
And they'd waltz the aisles of the five and dime

And they'd sing
Dance a little closer to me, dance a little closer now
Dance a little closer tonight
Dance a little closer to me, 'cause it's closing time
And love's on sale tonight at this five and dime

Eddie played the steel guitar
And his mama cried 'cause he played in the bars
And kept young Rita out late at night
So they married up in Abilene, lost a child in Tennessee
Still that love survived

'Cause they'd sing
Dance a little closer to me, dance a little closer now
Dance a little closer tonight
Dance a little closer to me, 'cause it's closing time
And love's on sale tonight at this five and dime

One of the boys in Eddie's band took a shine to Rita's hands
So Eddie ran off with the bass man's wife
Oh, but he was back by June, singin' a different tune
And sportin' miss Rita back by his side

And he sang
Dance a little closer to me, dance a little closer now
Dance a little closer tonight
Dance a little closer to me, 'cause it's closing time
And love's on sale tonight at this five and dime

Eddie traveled with the barroom bands
'Til arthritis took his hands
Now he sells insurance on the side
Rita's got a house to keep
Dimestore novels and a love so sweet
They dance to the radio late at night

Farmer = landbouwers

Peasant = boeren ( neerbuigend)

Lockdown

If ( als) they understand you= als ze u begrijpen is het goed.

www.time4u2know.com

The eldest = the oldest

Fever =  koorts

The flu =  de griep

Contageous = besmettelijk

Flu shot = vaccination

Paragliden didn’t happen

My friend is ill

ill = sick

Nauseous = misselijk

To cut = snijden / knippen

I ride my bike

He has a big head = een dikkenek

Charity = liefdadigheidswerk

Charity begins at home.

Left = links

Right= rechts

To introduce = introduceren

I am Jorgen

I am married with two daughters ( children)

I am teacher

I am 49 years old

I am Geert

I have my home / I live in Tielt

I am 69

My birthday is February 26th

I     become / will be       70 = Ik word

I am retired = gepensioneerd

I worked in a metal factory (fabriek)

My wife is also retired, but she works a little bit as hairdresser.

He reason why I learn English is because we travel a lot.

The last trip was Vietnam

In April we go to Morocco.

In autumn ( the fall ) we are going to Argentina.

Autocars

The reason = de reden

 My interest to learn English

Two times = twice

An adventurer = avonturier

No children, so I can see the world.

Difficult question = moeilijke vraag

To guide = gidsen

I become 70

Will I have party

Both =beide

To break the ice

Lunch was teriffic = very good

Time flies when you’re having fun= de tijd vliegt wanneer je je jeunt.

It’s gone in a whim = in een zucht

Breakfast >> lunch >> tea-time>> ( a snack) dinner >> snack

Builder’s tea = tea in a bag ( zakje)

Tea with scones

Sour cream ( zure room) and marmalade

British breakfast :eggs, baked beans, bacon, sausage, black pudding ( bloedworst), tomatoes, mushrooms

A stay-at-home mom= huismoeder

To rush = zich haasten

Rush-hour = spitsuur

Cereals = cornflakes

Oatmeal = havermout

Milk

to skip breakfast = overslaan

a hot meal= warme maaltijd

A Sunday roast = Zondag’s gebraad

Vegetables = groenten

 Greens = beans, cabbage, peas, broccoli, spinach, …

 They are like two peas in a pot =  twee handen op een buik

The hiking club = wandelclub

The chairman = voorzitter

The chief =  den baas / opperhoofd

The secretary = >> secrets

The treasurer = penningmeester / schatbewaarder

Treasure = schat

Honey / darling / dear /

Dear Donald,

Please stop.

Kind regards, ( vriendelijke groeten)

Belgium

She kindly waves= ze zwaait heel vriendelijk

She is a kind lady.

189= one hundred-and-eighty nine

I work                            I worked

You work                       you worked

He/she/it works          She worked

We work                       We worked

You work                       You worked    

They work                     They worked

God bless you = God zegen u

A courageous battle

Malign >> benign

Diarrhea

Drip = infuus

It runs in the family

He passed away

Sedation

The funeral

Caesarion section

An approval >> confirmation

Admin = paperwork

Read the terms of conditions

A towel >> bath robe

Sunset ( dusk) >> sunrise ( dawn)

From dusk till dawn

A blanket >> a sheet

A plaid

The hijab = hoofddoek

Poultry = chickens  and turkey and duck

Vegetables >> raw onions

Blue Monday = the second Monday of January = the most depressing day of the year/

Hell is Freezing Over Day is celebrated every year on January 31. The Northern Hemisphere experiences a chilling winter during this time period. The original idiom, “When hell freezes over,” actually refers to something that will never happen, but due to the freezing weather, it indeed feels like hell is freezing over.

Celeriac = knolselder

Asparagus

Gout = jicht  

Game = wild (vlees)

venison originally meant the meat of a game animal but now refers primarily to the meat of deer

wild boar = everzwijn

a sow = female pig

a buck = a stag >> a male deer

a hot buck

bow and arrow

An examination is at the hospital.

My plan isn’t coming together.

The summer holidays

Performance Anxiety = fear of failure

The approval

I didn’t remain anxious

He is reserved.

Social anxiety

A physiotherapist

Victor Vasarely paints illusions

Op-art

The dormitory

A roommate

A major >> a minor

Library

A scholarship

Water polo tournament

Lifeguard

Nato

Holiday (UK)  = vacation (US)

We took a long walk

Oysters

We drove to the south

We overnight >> stay overnight

We have to pay less= it is cheaper

I took the elevator and it blocked

 

I wish …

Cheerful curiosity about people and possibilities.

Flexibility of mind to change your mind.

Softness of heart to be content in the here and now.

Don’t get annoyed.

Don’t sweat the small stuff, … it is all small stuff. = laat het zweet niet uitbreken over de kleine dingen

This too will be pass.

Force of habit = macht der gewoonte

Inhale… exhale …

The year-end >> end of th year

Stuffed turkey (kalkoen)  with different vegetables and croquets

First Aid =EHBO

A fever of 39°Celcius and feeling nauseous =misselijk

Chubby =mollig

Wound care = wondverzorging

The pain had reduced.

Instead of Tielt I prefer Ghent

I lost my appetite

Back on track =  terug op spoor

Zombie-drugs have been increasing in Flanders

Flakka is extremely addictive

Inhuman manner = onmenselijke manier

Frozen nature

Colourful sky

Sunrise ( dawn) << >>sunset ( dusk) ( sundown)

Walking is on the rise

It’s good against stress.

Many problems are solved by walking.

Vocal cords = stembanden

A hoarse voice = schorre

Bedroom voice

He hasn’t smoked for three months.

He didn’t smoke for three months.  

Every cloud has a silver lining.

There is more husband to love.

My first day of retirement.

Boarding school =  internaat

I worked for 43 years.

There is a baby on the way.

I am looking forward to it.

The school’s office

An increasing number of pupils.

Too many pupils

Many kids, bottles, chairs …

Much air, milk, love …

Familiar face = gekend gezicht

Epidural

Cramps in my toes and my feet

My foot gets blocked / stuck when I walk.

I had to wait for two hours. I had to lay flat for an hour.

Optometrist = eye doctor

A consultation

Near sighted – far sighted

An eye-patch

He didn’t smoke for three weeks.

He hasn’t smoked for three weeks.

I work in the garden every day.

I worked in the garden yesterday.

I have worked in the garden.  

Dirt = aarde

I washed the car.

I have washed the car.

Last week I swam in Meulebeke.

I have swum.

Love is a drug called dopamine

To claim= beweren / eisen

An assertion = bewering

To conduct =  uitvoeren

Prairie vole = woelmuis

A rodent =  squirrel (eekhoorn) ,rat, mouse, gerbil, capibara,

A craving >> to crave = verlangen

An established partner = vaste partner

Second to none = nihil

To dim

To stop >> stopped

To quit = to stop forever

A quit= opgeven

Leap year = schrikkeljaar

Look before you leap=  kijk vooraleer je springt.

Dandelion= paardenbloem

A key part = sleutel rol >> very important.

It’s key= important to practise playing your instrument if you want to be in the band.

Chemical imprint = chemische afdruk

True or False

1T / 2T / 3T / 4T / 5F / 6F / 7F / 8T

Synoniem Match

1F / 2I / 3A / 4J / 5C / 6G / 7B / 8D / 9E / 10H      

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