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Here you can find the translation of the 50 most important words and expressions into Dutch.
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- How to say Hello! and Goodbye in Dutch!
- To say please and thank you in Dutch!
- How to say yes and no in Dutch!
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|Goedemorgen!||Good morning! (sg/pl)|
|Goedenavond!||Good evening! (sg/pl)|
|Goedenacht!||Good night! (sg/pl)|
|Tot ziens!||Good bye! (fml.)|
|Graag gedaan!||You're welcome! (m/f)|
|Sorry, ...||Excuse me, … (sg/pl)|
|Het spijt me.||I'm sorry. (m/f)|
|Ik heb ...|
Ik heb geen ...
|I have … / I don't have ...|
|Wij hebben ...|
Wij hebben geen ...
|We (don't) have …|
|Er is ... (Er is geen ...)|
Er zijn ... (Er zijn geen ...)
|There is (no) ...|
|Ik heet ...||My name is ...|
|Ik kom ...||I'm from ...|
|Ik ben ... jaar.||I'm ... years old.|
|Ik ben getrouwd.|
Ik ben nietgetrouwd.
|I am married. / I am not married.|
|Ik reis alleen.|
Ik reis niet alleen.
|I am traveling alone. / I am not traveling alone. (m/f)|
|Ik reis samen met ...||I'm traveling with ...|
|Ik spreek geen Nederlands.||I don't speak any Dutch.|
|Dat begrijp ik niet.||I don't understand that. (m/f)|
|Spreekt u ...?||Do you speak … ? (m/f)|
|Spreekt hier iemand ...?||Does anyone here speak ... ?|
|Kunt u dat alstublieft opschrijven?||Could you write that down please. (m/f)|
|Kunt u dat alsublieft herhalen?||Could you please repeat that. (m/f)|
|Eén moment alstublieft.||Just a moment please.|
|één miljoen||one million|
|een paar||some / a couple|
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This course is going to provide you with common communication situations, which are likely to occur in your personal and family environment.
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