Cities & Traffic in Dutch

Cities & Traffic in Dutch 2017-11-27T08:16:53+00:00

This vocabulary lesson will teach you the Dutch words for buildings, monuments, streets and vehicles, as well as talking about different modes of public transportation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Dutch“.

Cities & Traffic in Dutch

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Shops, Buildings and Institutions

EnglishDutchPronunciation
(Audio)
shop
winkel
department store
warenhuis
kiosk
kiosk
bakery
bakkerij
confectionery
banketbakkerij
butcher’s
slager
market
markt
library
bibliotheek
church
kerk
cinema
bioscoop
theater
theater
hotel
hotel
bank
bank
school
school
university
universiteit
kindergarten
kleuterschool
chemist’s / drugstore
apotheek
hospital
ziekenhuis

Cities and Places

EnglishDutchPronunciation
(Audio)
town / city
dorp
stad

house
huis
building
gebouw
street / road
straat
weg

avenue
laan
bridge
brug
center/city center
centrum
crossing
kruispunt
square
plein
park
park
landmark / sight
mijlpaal
monument
monument

Traffic, Vehicles and Transportation

EnglishDutchPronunciation
(Audio)
vehicle
voertuig
car
auto
train
trein
bus
bus
tram
tram
metro
metro
bicycle
fiets
motorbike
motor
motorfiets

taxi
taxi
airplane
vliegtuig
ship
schip
(train) station
(trein) station
main station
hoofdstation
stop
halte
station / stop
station
halte

parking area
parkeerplaats
petrol station
tankstation
(to) go by car
met de auto (gaan)
(to) go by motorbike
met de motorfiets (gaan)
(to) go by bike
met de fiets (gaan)
(to) go by bus
met de bus (gaan)
(to) go by metro
met de metro (gaan)

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