Category Archives: Dutch/Afrikaans

Dutch/Afrikaans IV

Happy Saturday everyone! Hope everyone has had a great week. In this final installment of the Dutch/Afrikaans series, we will revisit our ten sample words and apply the rules that we have learned.

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Dutch/Afrikaans III

Happy New Year 2015! In this video, we will move on to the consonant sounds of Dutch and Afrikaans. Some of these sounds can be quite unique and have special spellings, so be sure to be on the lookout for those!

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Dutch/Afrikaans II

Hi everyone, Happy Saturday! Here is the video regarding vowel sounds in Dutch and Afrikaans. Enjoy — wishing everyone a blessed Christmas and wonderful New Year 2015!

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Dutch/Afrikaans I

Happy Saturday everyone! This week we will jump right into Dutch and Afrikaans! Dutch and Afrikaans are really very similar in terms of word usage, vocabulary, and spelling patterns, so it makes sense to do them together. Afrikaans is a daughter language of Dutch, and around 95% of Afrikaans vocabulary comes from Dutch.

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