als je het wil leren ik will zal het je leren

English translation: If you want to learn it, I will teach you.

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16:36 Aug 21, 2001
Dutch to English translations [Non-PRO]
Dutch term or phrase: als je het wil leren ik will zal het je leren
What does the above phrase say. I believe it has something to do with learning dutch. Can you help. I would also like to be able to answer in dutch.
Ann
English translation:If you want to learn it, I will teach you.
Explanation:
I'd say that is a correct translation (like above). Note that the word "will" in your sentence does not belong there. Ideally it would read something like: Als je het wilt leren, zal ik het je leren. If you want to answer in Dutch in the affirmative you could say: "graag", which means something like 'yes please' or 'that would be great' or just a simple 'alsjeblieft' (thanks). Otherwise you could just say 'nee dank je' which means 'no thanks'.

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Summary of answers provided
na +1If you want to learn it, i'll teach you
Serge L
naIf you want to learn, I will teach you.
willems
naIf you want to learn, I will teach you.
willems
naIf you want to learn it, I will teach you.
xxxtasman
naIf you want to learn it
Tina Vonhof


  

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2 mins peer agreement (net): +1
If you want to learn it, i'll teach you


Explanation:
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Serge L
Local time: 03:08
PRO pts in pair: 261
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another answer had more explaination

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agree  Renemel: We will get married
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4 hrs
If you want to learn it


Explanation:
My suggestion is if you want to learn Dutch, take some lessons or pay a translator to translate your correspondence.

Tina Vonhof
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Local time: 19:08
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 756
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Other answers are more complete. Thanks anyway
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Comment: Other answers are more complete. Thanks anyway

10 hrs
If you want to learn it, I will teach you.


Explanation:
I'd say that is a correct translation (like above). Note that the word "will" in your sentence does not belong there. Ideally it would read something like: Als je het wilt leren, zal ik het je leren. If you want to answer in Dutch in the affirmative you could say: "graag", which means something like 'yes please' or 'that would be great' or just a simple 'alsjeblieft' (thanks). Otherwise you could just say 'nee dank je' which means 'no thanks'.

Have fun

xxxtasman
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in pair: 14
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7 days
If you want to learn, I will teach you.


Explanation:
There is one verb too many in the sentence. It should be:
Als je het wil leren, will ik het je leren.

willems
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7 days
If you want to learn, I will teach you.


Explanation:
There is one verb too many in the sentence. It should be:
Als je het wil leren, wil ik het je leren.

willems
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