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Parts of Speech

The parts of speech in English with examples - nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions and interjections

Afrikaans is one one of the easiest languages to learn and make you laugh. Translating Afrikaans to English, these Afrikaans idioms will make you giggle. Afrikaans Language, Collective Nouns, Afrikaanse Quotes, Teachers Aide, Biker Quotes, Unique Words, Teachers' Day, German Language, My Land

25 Hilarious Afrikaans Idioms That Should Exist in English

Afrikaans is one one of the easiest languages to learn and make you laugh. Translating Afrikaans to English, these Afrikaans idioms will make you giggle.

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Van ’n padda vere probeer pluk

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Afrikaans is one one of the easiest languages to learn and make you laugh. Translating Afrikaans to English, these Afrikaans idioms will make you giggle.

Hang aan 'n tak.

Soos 'n uil op 'n kluit.

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