Amsterdam Knowledge Base
Good for You Suzy!|
Not that you'll really need it - most people in A'dam speak
English. Some even appreciate it if you don't butcher their language.
I do think it's important though to learn. (Most I think appreciate
it.) It helps with the cultural understanding - word origin,
etc. The Dutch mindset is different from here in the U.S. - especially
in Texas! Good for you for taking the time and effort! I too
am learning the language!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Good for you Stiffy Green...Aint it really kinda fun though, tryin to learn this dutch language?? Although I may not actually try to speak this language when I get over yonder, I will at least know some of the stuff folks might be sayin around me and also at least maybey understand what some of the signs and stuff mean...Its really been interesting learnin this new stuff...Afterall,..you only live once, so you might as well try to leave this ole place we call planet earth, knowin more then you mighta known, had ya not tried to learn somethin new...So..I reckon I'm just gonna keep on tryin and hopefully I will know more in a couple of months, then I do now...Een goeie dag gewerst!!....Suzy
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