One of the most important words to know and use in any language is the word no, of course. Dutch is no exception.
Do you live in Holland, and would you like the idea that you could approach an attractive person and say something in Dutch to check if there could be something more in store for you?
What would be one of the most effective and fun ways to increase your Dutch instantly?
Have you ever noticed that one thing is always missing when you look at methods for learning languages?
For any expat in the Netherlands, the following sentence should not come as a surprise: it is difficult to speak Dutch in the Netherlands.
It is that time of the year again, the holiday season. Christmas, New Year and, in Dutch there is even more to celebrate in the last month of the year.
Have you ever wondered while learning and speaking Dutch how sick this language can be?
Have you ever wondered how it seems that learning and speaking a new language are two different things?
You’ve mastered your “dankjewel” and your “alsjeblieft,” but the Dutch language has far more creative and tongue-twisting words to offer. So what are the most complicated and longest Dutch words? We cracked open the dictionary and found out.
Thank you to Talen Coach’s Albert Both for sharing different ways to learn Dutch fast! Everyone wants to learn Dutch fast when they arrive in the Netherlands. But there’s no one size fits all solution.