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Posted by: Anonymous | 2008/12/20

translation, please.

A cider is it appelwyn or sider or just cider in afrikaans?

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Dear Anonymous
"Cider" in English according to my dictionary is both "applewyn" and "sider" in Afrikaans. I would use "sider" nowadays.
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Posted by: Zexeon | 2008/12/20

sider, appelwyn alhoewl dit uit pere ook gemaak kan word uitspraak sieder (vir interessantheid). Hoeveel kj het sider ' light'  en hoeveel kj verskil is daar tussen ' n gewone sider en is 2 ligtes gelykstaande aan een gwone sienende dat die ligte die helfte alkohol het en as ' n glas wyn se alkohol ongeveer dieselfde is dan is die kj inname ongeveer 700-1000 ? Watter een is gesonder om te drink wyn of sider?

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