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    • THE DUTCH WAY OF LIFE
      By Abe Seeger and Douwe de Jongh
      (Dutch people)
      • Dutch clogs exist since the middle ages. Many farmers were wearing them but that is not from our time. Clogs are like wooden shoes, and they don’t feel comfortable if you walk on them.
      Typical Dutch Things
      • Also typical Dutch things are windmills. The main use is for a grinding mill powered by the wind. Reducing a solid or coarse substance into pulp or minute grains, by crushing, grinding, or pressing.
      Typical Dutch Things
    • Typical Dutch Things
      • Cheese is also very typical Dutch. Many people eat it. Many farmers make it.There are hundred types of cheese. In 2008, 732.000 metric tons of cheese was made.
    • Breakfast:
      • Often we eat things like cornflakes or just sandwiches.
      • For drink we take milk or orange juice.
      A Typical Dutch Day
    • School:
      • In Holland we start school at half past 8.
      • Everyday there are 2 breaks.
      • We don’t wear school uniforms, we can wear what we want.
      A Typical Dutch Day
    • Lunch:
      • We don’t eat hot for lunch.
      • We usually eat sandwiches for lunch.
      • And we drink milk, juices or even soda.
      A Typical Dutch Day
    • After school:
      • We usually play with friends after school.
      • But we also need to do our homework, so we don’t do this always.
      A Typical Dutch Day
    • Dinner:
      • For dinner we do eat hot.
      • We eat much potatoes with chicken.
      • Borecole comes from Holland too.
      • And we drink water.
      A Typical Dutch Day
    • Sleep:
      • On our age (12) we go to bed around 21.15 – 21.45.
      • We wake up around 7.15 – 7.30. But we usually want to stay in bed cause we are to lazy to get up
      A Typical Dutch Day
    • THE END
      This powerpoint presentation is made by:
      • Abe Seeger
      • Douwe de Jongh
      FROM: Broklede, 1Tk