Laura speaks Dutch #50: Koninginnedag

People celebrating koninginnedag - Foto Marc van WoudenbergкомпютримебелиIn this episode we are celebrating Queens Day! We celebrate that on April 30th. You want to know why? Well listen! A very traditional episode. Read on for the lesson.

Laura speaks Dutch #49: My top place 7 through 5

In this episode we are visiting nice places to visit in the Netherlands again. We’re still working through my top-10 favorites. At the end you get a tip about the Museum Jaarkaart that might give you an interesting discount for visiting museums. You can acquire it at the larger museums (euro 17.50 for children and the rest pays 35 euro’s). Also we talk about Amsterdam existing 200 years. Didn’t you know? Well don’t worry Amsterdam forgot about it too. Maybe they will correct that later next week.

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Laura speaks Dutch #48: Top 10 places to visit

This time we start off on a list of favorite places you could visit in the Netherlands and are fun according to me. Of course this list is totally Brenno and not based on anything objective. However I think it is fun and brings back the counting. Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #48: Top 10 places to visit

Laura speaks Dutch #47: Singular or Plural

In this episode I’m going to give you people a hard time, because you really will have to work on some grammar. This time we focus on singular that turns in to plural. How does that work? Let’s find out.
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Laura speaks Dutch #46: Do you believe in fairy tales?

Today is April 1st and it is not possible to deal with a serious subject then. So let’s start off with a whole different subject: fairy tales or sprookjes in Dutch. It’s a fun subject and off course I throw in as many useful words as I can. Thank you Martin Lewison from New York for bringing this to my attention! So read on and see what you really must know about that.
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