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Henk Jan Solle 3h
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Woord van de dag 10h
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Xandra Kim Sep 10
Single user experience
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Woord van de dag Sep 13
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Frenzy Gee Sep 15
Time stopped in this little heritage town.
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Woord van de dag Sep 16
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Copy Cat Sep 11
Wow this is so fascinating! This poem can be read in English and Afrikaans. I love how languages can unite and surprise us in unexpected ways.
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Emmy Goes Sep 18
Wat een prachtige ! "Serena had aged well, thanks to the judicious use of fillers administered by a discreet plastic surgeon and the unparelleled youth-preserving tactic of having very little to do"(uit: The Party, Elizabeth Day)
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Copy Cat Sep 11
Here it is... the poem that can be read in two different languages! It’s beautiful
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Ataul Haque Sep 16
It's the diversity of India, which makes it beautiful.
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Agurlscorner Sep 14
did long back ride to Taal Heritage Town with hubby kamengamer as part of our bucketlist on a CBR600F3
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Woord van de dag 2h
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Chris Peters 3h
‘Schandalig’. Gek woord. ‘Schande’, snap ik. Maar ‘alig’ wat is dat?
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The Lights 12h
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Marianne Notschaele-den Boer 13h
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Xandra Kim Sep 17
Een oud houten trekpaard
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KTV Kennisnet Sep 17
Syrische vluchtelingen leren met 'Mag ik dan bij jou'.
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KTV Kennisnet Sep 17
Dictee der Nederlandse Straattaal is een dictee waarbij de kennis van wordt getoetst.
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Taalhelden.org Sep 16
Hella zegt 'mooimooi' als ze iets leuk vindt. Ze is de laatste in onze zomerserie over het alledaagse taalgebruik van jongeren.
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GALLERY LUKISAN Sep 16
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