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"I was surprised that the laws on home education in that country are very different compared to the laws in the United States." in Dutch

Ik verbaasde me erover dat de wetten over thuisonderwijs in dat land heel verschillend zijn in vergelijking met de wetten in de Verenigde Staten.

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The Dutch translation for “I was surprised that the laws on home education in that country are very different compared to the laws in the United States.” is Ik verbaasde me erover dat de wetten over thuisonderwijs in dat land heel verschillend zijn in vergelijking met de wetten in de Verenigde Staten.. The Dutch, Ik verbaasde me erover dat de wetten over thuisonderwijs in dat land heel verschillend zijn in vergelijking met de wetten in de Verenigde Staten., can be broken down into 23 parts:"I" (ik), "surprised" (verbaasde), "me" (me), "about it" (erover), "that" (dat), "the" (de), "laws" (wetten), "over; about" (over), "home schooling" (thuisonderwijs), "in" (in), "that" (dat), "country" (land), "very; really" (heel), "different (2)" (verschillend), "are (plural)" (zijn), "in" (in), "comparison" (vergelijking), "with (accompanying)" (met), "the" (de), "laws" (wetten), "in" (in), "the" (de) and "United States" (Verenigde Staten).

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There is 1 example of the Dutch word for "I was surprised that the laws on home education in that country are very different compared to the laws in the United States." being used:

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