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Basic Dutch Phrases Posted by on Apr 27, 2009 in Dutch Language

(Goedemorgen) – good morning

(Goedemiddag) – good day

(Goedenavond) – good evening

(Goedenacht) – good night

(Tot ziens) – good bye

(Alstublieft/Alsjeblieft) – please (formal and informal)

(Dank u wel/Dank je wel) – Thank you (formal and informal)

(Hartelijk bedankt) – Thank you very much

(Graag gedaan) – You’re welcome

(Ja/Nee) – Yes/No

(Hoe gaat het met u?/Hoe gaat het met je?) – How are you? (formal and informal)

(Hoe heet u?/Hoe heet je?) – What’s your name? (formal and informal)


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