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Sports

Sports

49 [negenenveertig]

Sport / Fitness

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Do you exercise? Sport-ji-? S____ j___ S-o-t j-j- ---------- Sport jij? 0
Yes, I need some exercise. J-, -k---et-beweg-n. J__ i_ m___ b_______ J-, i- m-e- b-w-g-n- -------------------- Ja, ik moet bewegen. 0
I am a member of a sports club. Ik-g- n----ee- s---t--hoo-. I_ g_ n___ e__ s___________ I- g- n-a- e-n s-o-t-c-o-l- --------------------------- Ik ga naar een sportschool. 0
We play football / soccer (am.). We--p-l-n -oe----. W_ s_____ v_______ W- s-e-e- v-e-b-l- ------------------ We spelen voetbal. 0
We swim sometimes. W-----m--n--f en toe. W_ z______ a_ e_ t___ W- z-e-m-n a- e- t-e- --------------------- We zwemmen af en toe. 0
Or we cycle. Of-we --e--en. O_ w_ f_______ O- w- f-e-s-n- -------------- Of we fietsen. 0
There is a football / soccer (am.) stadium in our city. E--i----n v-e-bal-t--i---i- --ze -ta-. E_ i_ e__ v_____________ i_ o___ s____ E- i- e-n v-e-b-l-t-d-o- i- o-z- s-a-. -------------------------------------- Er is een voetbalstadion in onze stad. 0
There is also a swimming pool with a sauna. E--i--oo- --n z--m-a--m-t-sa-n-. E_ i_ o__ e__ z______ m__ s_____ E- i- o-k e-n z-e-b-d m-t s-u-a- -------------------------------- Er is ook een zwembad met sauna. 0
And there is a golf course. E- -e---ol--a-n. E_ e__ g________ E- e-n g-l-b-a-. ---------------- En een golfbaan. 0
What is on TV? W-t is-e---- telev-si-? W__ i_ e_ o_ t_________ W-t i- e- o- t-l-v-s-e- ----------------------- Wat is er op televisie? 0
There is a football / soccer (am.) match on now. Er--s m---nt----ee--v--t-alweds--ijd-aan-de-ga--. E_ i_ m________ e__ v_______________ a__ d_ g____ E- i- m-m-n-e-l e-n v-e-b-l-e-s-r-j- a-n d- g-n-. ------------------------------------------------- Er is momenteel een voetbalwedstrijd aan de gang. 0
The German team is playing against the English one. H-t D----e ----a- spee---te-en-het -----s-. H__ D_____ e_____ s_____ t____ h__ E_______ H-t D-i-s- e-f-a- s-e-l- t-g-n h-t E-g-l-e- ------------------------------------------- Het Duitse elftal speelt tegen het Engelse. 0
Who is winning? Wi- i--e--a-- --t -innen? W__ i_ e_ a__ h__ w______ W-e i- e- a-n h-t w-n-e-? ------------------------- Wie is er aan het winnen? 0
I have no idea. I--h-b-ge-n ---e. I_ h__ g___ i____ I- h-b g-e- i-e-. ----------------- Ik heb geen idee. 0
It is currently a tie. Mome-t-e---pel---z- --li-k. M________ s_____ z_ g______ M-m-n-e-l s-e-e- z- g-l-j-. --------------------------- Momenteel spelen ze gelijk. 0
The referee is from Belgium. D- --he--s-e-h-er-ko-- -it-B---ië. D_ s_____________ k___ u__ B______ D- s-h-i-s-e-h-e- k-m- u-t B-l-i-. ---------------------------------- De scheidsrechter komt uit België. 0
Now there is a penalty. Dit ----e- s-ra-sc-op. D__ i_ e__ s__________ D-t i- e-n s-r-f-c-o-. ---------------------- Dit is een strafschop. 0
Goal! One – zero! G--l!---n-- nul! G____ E__ – n___ G-a-! E-n – n-l- ---------------- Goal! Een – nul! 0

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