Learn Dutch in Dutch 2: say where you're from and what languages you speak

Alain De Raymond

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3 Videos (18m)
    • I come from Belgium, but she comes from Spain

      4:46
    • You speak a bit of Dutch

      5:44
    • Is this the capital or a city?

      7:49

About This Class

Interested in learning Dutch? After the first course, let's learn how to say where you're from in Dutch.

The course follows the first course, which requires no previous knowledge. In the class project's attached files, MP3 files for repeating the vocabulary are attached as well as a PDF with questions, including a transcript of the MP3s and the lessons' vocabulary.

In the first lesson, we'll learn how to say which country you're from. Then, which languages you speak. After a few remarks, we're going to learn about cities and capitals.

Please note that the lesson is with the Flemish accent, which is spoken in Belgium. Dutch persons (from the Netherlands) will still understand you. Written, it's the same.

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Basic and very important grammar beautifully explained. Everything clear and understandable with useful tips and very simple way of explaining so everyone can learn. I am very glad I found this lesson.