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  • Afrikaans is spoken mainly by white Afrikaners, coloured South Africans and sections of the black population
  • Afrikaans is the third most common language in South Africa. It is spoken by 13.5% of the population
  • Afrikaans is the dominant language in the Northern Cape, spoken by more than half (53%) of the provincial population.
  • Afrikaans was largely a spoken language for people living in the Cape

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English Translation: beard

Language: Afrikaans

Baard means “Beard” the hair that some men allow to grow on the lower part of their face

English Translation: baby 

Language: Afrikaans

a very young child, especially one that cannot yet walk or talk; an infant or very young child

English Translation: baby 

Language: Afrikaans

 newborn; very young person

English Translation: baby 

Language: Afrikaans

an infant or very young child; a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk

English Translation: bathtub 

Language: Afrikaans

container in which to sit and wash oneself

English Translation: bathroom

Language: Afrikaans

room in a house that contains a bath or shower, a washbasin, and sometimes a toilet.

English Translation: bathroom 

Language: Afrikaans

specific room in a house with a bath or shower and hand-basin

English Translation: luggage 

Language: Afrikaans

baggage used when travelling

English Translation: boot

Language: Afrikaans

baggage compartment of a car

English Translation: luggage office

Language: Afrikaans

desk where enquiries about baggage are made

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