The next letter is the C. You pronounce the C as https://videopress.com/v/fftKGBuC?controls=false&preloadContent=metadata If a Dutch person is organising a party, it is nice to bring a present, 'een cadeautje'. Dutch people make sure the get the present they want and help you with giving the present of their wishes by writing 'een cadeautip' on the … Meer lezen over Het alfabet – C van cadeautip
The second letter of the Dutch alfabet is the B. You pronounce the B as https://videopress.com/v/dbXgG7ZN?controls=false&preloadContent=metadata Another thing Dutch people eat a lot is 'de boterham', a slice of bread. In general, we eat it for breakfast and lunch. Most of the time 'de boterham' is topped with cheese, hagelslag of ham. Maybe this is … Meer lezen over Het alfabet – B van boterham
The Dutch alfabet consists of 26 letters, starting with the A. Every week you will find the next letter with the right pronounciation and an explanation of the word related to the Dutch culture. Click on the video below to hear how you pronounce the A. https://videopress.com/v/FC1emoSC?preloadContent=metadata In the Netherlands we eat a lot of … Meer lezen over Het alfabet – A van aardappels
Today and tomorrow is Easter and this comes together with some traditions. In Dutch we say 'Pasen' if we talk about Easter. Because we have two days of Easter we have 'eerste paasdag' on Sunday and 'tweede paasdag' on Monday. With Easter a lot of children are looking for eggs that are hidden in gardens … Meer lezen over Vrolijk Pasen!
From February 22 till March 1 thousands of Dutch women will travel to the Amsterdam RAI to visit the 'Huishoudbeurs'. Literally the 'Huishoudbeurs' means 'Household Fair' so originally it was organised for retailers to show and promote their newest household products to their customers, the housewives. Nowadays the 'Huishoudbeurs' is thé event of the year … Meer lezen over A women’s day out – Visit the ‘Huishoudbeurs’
Maybe you already heared people talking about the 'nieuwjaarsduik' or maybe you were wondering why thousands of people are heading to Scheveningen on the first of January. Well, a lot of Dutch people (by far not everyone) start the new year by diving into the cold water of the North Sea. But why do people … Meer lezen over ‘Nieuwjaarsduik’ in Scheveningen: a Dutch tradition to start the new year!