You alreay could hear it. Now you can read the sentences as well

Besides just speaking Dutch, you might want to see the things you learn as well. So here you can read the things we already discussed.

From the first episode:
– Good day | Goedendag
– My name is Brenno de Winter | Mijn naam is Brenno de Winter
– Good morning | Goedemorgen
– Good afternoon | Goedemiddag
– Good evening | Goedeavond
– How are you? | Hoe gaat het met u?
– I’m doing fine | Met mij gaat het goed
– The Hague | Den Haag (or ‘s Gravenhage)
– State of the Union | Troonrede

From the second episode:
– Good day this is the seconde Laura speaks Dutch-podcast | Goedendag dit is de tweede Laura speaks Dutch-podcast
– Where do you come from? | Waar komt u vandaan?
– I’m from San Diego | Ik kom uit San Diego
– Oh nice! What’s the weather like? | Oh leuk! Hoe is het weer daar?
– Little bit clouded | Een beetje bewolkt.

3 thoughts on “You alreay could hear it. Now you can read the sentences as well”

  1. I meant to say that if you need help with any little English problems , email me and I’ll check over any text before you put it on the site. In this episode:

    Good day this is the seconde Laura speaks Dutch-podcast SHOULD BE
    Good day, this is the second Laura speaks Dutch podcast.

    Little bit clouded SHOULD BE Little bit cloudy

    My email is [email protected]

    Groetjes.

  2. Oh fantastic! You did the written part! Thank you! Thank you!

    I had no idea that “Goedemorgen” was one word. It sure sounds like two. I’m so lost. Why isn’t that two words?

  3. “goedemorgen” actually consists of two words; Other than English, Dutch has a tendency to ‘glue’ words together. Several nouns describing an object are typically joined into one word, for example the English “pocket knife” would in Dutch become “zakmes” rather than “zak mes”

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