Everyday Dutch Language Website

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woodz60
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Everyday Dutch Language Website

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Marco Schuffelen has built a great website featuring Dutch language basics. He has sound files, which are really good for hearing how the words are supposed to sound.

Check it out: http://web.me.com/schuffelen/Site/Dutch1.html

If you like what you see (and hear) you can purchase materials from him.

Tot ziens,

Woodz60


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Thanks for the link. I don't know how many times I have mispronounced words like Spui for instance. Is it spooey or shpow? :lol:
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woodz60 wrote:Marco Schuffelen has built a great website featuring Dutch language basics. He has sound files, which are really good for hearing how the words are supposed to sound.

Check it out: http://web.me.com/schuffelen/Site/Dutch1.html

If you like what you see (and hear) you can purchase materials from him.

Tot ziens,

Woodz60

Haha ive already got this one,Its good like! stuff paying for a roseta stone dvd when you have the internet already 8).
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I've come to the conclusion that the only way I'll ever be fluent in dutch is to move there.

.....not the Dam though.....would need to move to a more rural part I think! :?
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damtoker wrote:I've come to the conclusion that the only way I'll ever be fluent in dutch is to move there.

.....not the Dam though.....would need to move to a more rural part I think! :?


Its easier to forget than it is to learn! even if you cant speak perfect you can still understand & read 8).
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Just been to Amsterdam and loved it... what a great city :)
To the question, I have started learning on http://www.easylanguageexchange.com/ meeting lots of native speakers on there, they are also providing lots of useful information as I have decided that I want to live in this city now!!
Any other useful sites that you know of, please do let me know
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strange
when i click on: Check it out: http://web.me.com/schuffelen/Site/Dutch1.html

I get a sign on a black screen that states mobile me is closed.

i can get no further
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damtoker wrote:I've come to the conclusion that the only way I'll ever be fluent in dutch is to move there.

.....not the Dam though.....would need to move to a more rural part I think! :?

I agree with you... It's almost impossible for a buitenlander to learn Dutch in Amster...you just don't get the opportunities to practice enough unless you're in a completely Dutch environment for a significant amount of time.
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worldcitizen1723 wrote:strange
when i click on: Check it out: http://web.me.com/schuffelen/Site/Dutch1.html

I get a sign on a black screen that states mobile me is closed.

i can get no further

closed to me too
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I haven't delved into the website, but, here is a later site by Mr. Schuffelen.

http://www.heardutchhere.net/
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woodz60 wrote:I haven't delved into the website, but, here is a later site by Mr. Schuffelen.

http://www.heardutchhere.net/
Thanks.
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Post by Adamgilcristt »

Thanks for sharing the link. It’s really very helpful to me. If someone wants to live in beautiful cities of the Netherlands they must have to learn the Dutch language.
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