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Once you have got to grips with the basics of the language, learn to talk/write/read about the things that interest you. In this way you are more likely to remember to the words, phrases and grammatical constructions you encounter.

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Haast je – Hurry up! Echt waar? – Are you serious? Kijk uit! – Be careful! Laat maar! – Nevermind! Gefeliciteerd! – Congratulations! Beterschap! – Get well soon! goedemiddag – good afternoon Gefeliciteerd! – Happy Birthday! Neemt u mij niet kwalijk! – Excuse me! Tot straks! – See you later!

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Prettig Kerstfeest! – Merry Christmas! Dank u wel! – Thank you! Graag gedaan! – You are welcome! Aangenaam kennis te maken! – Nice to meet you. Ik moet er nu vandoor! – I’ve got to go now! waar zijn de toiletten, alsjeblieft? – where are the toilets, please? ik weet het niet. – I don’t know help me alstublieft – …

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Phrase – Gelukkige verjaardag Gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag Fijne Verjaardag Van Harte Gefeliciteerd Van Harte Gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag Translation – Happy Birthday!

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R1- Don’t be scared! R1- Wees niet bang Correct Answer by – Karen Seerydelange R2- Your mobile phone is ringing. R2- Uw mobiele telefoon gaat ringen. Correct Answer by – Irina Zachia-Zlatea R3- She likes hot chocolate. R3- Ze houdt van warme chocolademelk. Correct Answer by – Julie Winterrose R4- The end of this regime is near. R4- Het einde …

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It looks pretty logical at the beginning. You’ll quickly notice from the below example that “een” is the correct Dutch translation of “a” and “an”. But what’s the correct translation of “the”? You see two different Dutch word for “the”, you see “de” and “het”, but which one is the right one? Answer is, Yes they both are right so …

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Phrase – Lang niet gezien! Translation – Long time no see!

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Een getrouwd paar vierde hun zestigste trouwdag. A married couple was celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary. Op het feest wilde iedereen weten hoe ze het voor elkaar hadden gekregen zo lang getrouwd te blijven At the party everybody wanted to know how they managed to stay married so long. De man antwoordde: “Toen we trouwden hebben we een afspraak gemaakt. …

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Phrase – Hallo / Goededag / Goeiedag (inf) Translation – Hello!

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