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Dutch

Publisher: Wikibooks

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Dutch (Nederlands) is a member of the western group of the Germanic languages. It is spoken primarily in the Netherlands, and in a major part of both Belgium and Surinam. English and Dutch are closely related languages and share many words that are very similar. There are many sound files embedded in the course.

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