The Dutch word for stockings is kousen. It's pronounced as cowsun.
"artist" = "artiest" (pronounced: arteest) in Dutch
The Dutch equivalent to John is "Jan", pronounced "Yarn".
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It is exactly the same way in Dutch as it is in English "perfect" (pronounced perfekt).
Preht-tihg kehrst-fayst is a Dutch pronunciation of 'Prettig kerstfeest'.
In Dutch it is pronounced spek-u-laas
The same but if the name is given to a Dutch boy then it would be pronounced differently.
It's the same. But if the name is given to a Dutch baby then it would be pronounced differently.
The name 'Alex' is the same but if it is the name of a Dutch boy then it would be pronounced differently.
Marihuana (pronounced the same)
i am fine - pronounced - i on feenay
Fee (pronounced 'fay').
It's pronounced as [zoot].
The Dutch name for the month of April is also "april", although it is written without a capital A and in Dutch the letter "A" is pronounced as "Ah".
onweersbui is the word for thunderstorm in Dutch. This is a word for storm with lightening.
you pronounce the -a- in tante like the -a- in 'bath'. The -e- is pronounced like the -u- in 'bug'. So 'tante' is pronounced as 'tan-tuh'
Exactly the same, but the 'a' is pronounced as an 'aa'.
Eightteen is in Dutch 'achttien'. When you click on the link, you should click on the speaker button under the Dutch translation and then you can hear the word being pronounced.
VROH-layk* KEHRST-fayst is the way in which 'Vrolijk kerstfeest' is pronounced. The words are in Dutch. They're one of the holiday wishes for a 'Merry Christmas' among Dutch language speakers.*The sound 'ay' is similar to the sound 'ay' in the English noun 'hay'.This is not perfect but you should hear it, it's very hard to pronounce Dutch words.
Someone answered: Denki (pronounced dunk-i) But as a Dutchman, I guess the answer should be: Dankie (pronounced as dahnk-i) The more common Dutch expression is: Dank je (pronounced as dahnk ya)
The dutch word for 'no' is 'nee', which is pronounced like 'nay'.
Bevel (as in command/order) Pronounced 'Beffél'
It's just tornado but pronounced differently