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Opgewonden

I first learnt the word "opgewonde" in Afrikaans in the 70s, meaning excited..

Sunday challenge - D,E,F triptych
Dutch - opgewonden
English - excited
French - fou de joi
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17 comments

Amelia said:

Clever idea both imaginatively and linguistically.
4 weeks ago ( translate )

Xata said:

Clever indeed, your play with languages is creative
4 weeks ago ( translate )

Jan said:

Very clever Gillian
4 weeks ago ( translate )

Gillian Everett replied to Jan:

Thanks Jan
3 weeks ago ( translate )

fragglerocks said:

Excellent idea and image!
4 weeks ago ( translate )

Gillian Everett replied to fragglerocks:

Thanks Frags
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Wierd Folkersma said:

clever idea
4 weeks ago ( translate )

Diederik Santema said:

Frantastisch! Fantastic! Fantastique!
4 weeks ago ( translate )

Gillian Everett replied to Diederik Santema:

Met dank, thanks, merci bien.
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Clickity Click said:

Now that is just an outstanding job Jan. Bravo
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4 weeks ago

Gillian Everett replied to Clickity Click:

Thanks Chris :-)
3 weeks ago

PhLB - Luc Boonen said:

I heard of simultaneous chess, but never of simultaneous Scrabble.
You must me a pro!
Great idea
4 weeks ago

Gillian Everett replied to PhLB - Luc Boonen:

Thanks Luc
3 weeks ago

Jean Pierre Marcello… said:

De l’imagination, du travail intellectuel et un challenge totalement respecté. Excellent.
4 weeks ago ( translate )

Gillian Everett replied to Jean Pierre Marcello…:

Thanks Jean Pierre
3 weeks ago ( translate )