The Top Dutch Posts of 2017 Posted by Karoly Molina on Dec 27, 2017 in Dutch Language
2017 has been a great year for learning Dutch! The blog posts from this year covered a diverse range of topics some of which sparked great conversations! The most popular posts for this year are the following:
Pronouncing the R when speaking Dutch is a challenge. On this post, Jake gives us a crash course of the four most basic and widespread pronunciations of the Dutch r.
Reading can be a great way to improve your Dutch and this post has some great suggestions of children’s books in Dutch.
When you are looking for a job, it is important to be prepared for the interview. In this post, you will find very useful tips for job interviews with a good list of questions and related vocabulary.
Learning insults in a foreign language is always fun! On this post, you will find a short list of controversial insults in Dutch so that no one catches you off guard.
Having babies in the Netherlands can be quite different from your home country. This post covers 6 important aspects of having babies in the Netherlands including home births and midwives.
Burn out and the way it is dealt with in the Netherlands can be a bit controversial. This post covers some basic information about what happens if you feel you are overwhelmed and need to take some time off.
Whether you live in the Netherlands or are just visiting, ordering drinks is a basic necessity! In this post, you will find useful information about the types of drinks and how to order these.
Just like ordering drinks, being able to communicate your food choice to a waiter is very important. From the basic ingredients you might come across to food allergies and tips, this blog post will prepare you for your next Dutch lunch date!
There are a few words and expressions that can help you sound more local or native. This blog post covers 5 common words and phrases that you can easily add to your vocabulary to sound more native and make your conversation flow better.
Learning new vocabulary can be a daunting task. This post covers some fun and useful ways to learn new words and phrases so that you can start talking Dutch in no time.
On behalf of the Transparent Language Dutch blog team, I would like to thank you for continuing to read the posts and create a meaningful dialogue! We look forward to continuing this in 2018!
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