Memories you want to have later you must make now. (Looked up nu, then it all made sense.) I understand the Dutch because it is like German: Erinnerungen, die du später haben willst, musst du nun machen. It is also like English. But now I can be wise in multiple languages! | This is right. How do I want to remember college later? Make it so now.

"Memories you want to have later you must make now." Literal translation: "Memories that you later want to have must you now to make." (I love Dutch word order.

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I chose this picture because of the symbol called Dutch language, it's a poster where dutch words are explained by a picture, with the subject family.

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