Most common Dutch words 101 - 150

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zit
"zitten" in 1st, 2nd and 3rd person singular; also imperative form
Zit stil!
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sit, sits
Sit still!

één
different version of "een" ("one"), used to distinguish it from the indefinite article "een"
Ik heb één zus en twee broers.
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one
I have one sister and two brothers.

leven
infinitive, 1st, 2nd and 3rd person plural
Ik wil niet meer leven.
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live
I don't want to live anymore.

heel
synonyms: "zeer", "erg"
We zijn heel teleurgesteld in jou.
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very
We are very disappointed in you.

omdat
"omdat" requires an inversion in the clause
Ik ben op school niet gekomen omdat ik ziek was.
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because
I didn't come to school because I was ill.

mensen
Er zijn geen onvervangbare mensen.
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people
There are no irreplaceable people.

hou van
"houden van" in 1st person singular
Ik hou van jouw zus.
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like, love
I love your sister.

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