Dutch language software
The English definite article the is de or het in Dutch. The word de is used with masculine words and feminine words. The word het is used with neuter words.
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Speak! Dutch remembers which words and phrases you've already learned and those you still need to practice. Each topic provides listening practice, a printable Dutch-English lexicon and the opportunity to record your voice and see how your pronunciation compares with Dutch native speakers.
I adquired this products a few years ago before I moved to the United Kingdom as my husband is Ducth
and wanted to have a basic knowledge of his language.
The course has excellent tools that helped me learn words, grammar and to be able to recognise words
when hearing them. The best part, in my opinion, is that you are able to practise the pronuntiation and
with the voice recognition option lear an accurate way to say the words!!!! Unfortunately I lost it when I
moved but I have now bought it again to keep learning as it is an amazing interactive tool!
Published on Apr. 23, 2015 by Ana from Ilkeston, United Kingdom
I find this course easy to use and it contains lots of information. I like how it teaches you to pronounce the words.
I highly recommend it.
Published on Jan. 16, 2013 by **** from ****
I really like the structure and design of the package. It is fun and does indeed help.
Published on Jul. 26, 2016 by Alejandra from Mexico
Very easy to use course to get a good command of basic vocabulary in Dutch.
Published on Jun. 29, 2015 by Marian Vaquero from Miranda de Ebro, Spain
Product Name:Speak! Dutch
Average Customer Review:
4.6 out of 5 stars
(out of 17 reviews)
People are much more receptive if you make an effort to speak Dutch. Being able to immerse yourself in Dutch culture is a fantastic way to holiday.
Proficiency in Dutch will improve your chances of being accepted to university. Being able to show to a university admissions clerk that you have studied Dutch could add weight to your application.
Studying Dutch can improve your memory and slow age-related decline. Research indicates that knowing two languages reduces your chances of developing Alzheimer's.
Get by in Dutch with these basic Dutch words & phrases.
What's your name ?
Wat is jouw naam?
Fine, thank you.
Goed, dank je wel.
What are you doing ?
Wat ben je aan het doen ?
How are you?
Hoe gaat het met jou?
How old are you?
Hoe oud ben je?
Pleased to meet you.
Aangenaam kennis te maken.
What do you do ? (work).
Waat doe je voor werk?
Do you understand?
Dutch is spoken by 21 million people in the Netherlands and part of Belgium. Also, some German dialects are closer to Dutch than they are to Standard German.
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