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Post by iandominicp77 » Wed Dec 21, 2005 4:00 pm

Hoi Allemaal,

I have been to a certain school today and I've found out that I would start my lessons in Dutch on 09 Jan 2006. I took a certain exam last Monday (beginners exam). And my result shows that I can start with level 2... not bad for someone who studies dutch by self-study....

I will be posting hints and stuffs (lessons) in this forum in the coming days... I hope that it will be legal to post it here... if not, I will not do it...

There's also a good site to start with your first dutch words (beginners)... http://www.taalklas.nl...

Groetjes
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Hallo again

Post by iandominicp77 » Fri Jan 13, 2006 7:50 pm

hallo iedereen!!!

I have been very busy with school works this week. There are so much work to do and there are so much to catch up since I am just inserted into one of the groups that started their class 4 months ago!!!!

I will be posting some exercises in the exercises forum....

Groetjes,
Ian
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Post by Sue » Sat Jan 14, 2006 11:15 am

Glad that you are doing well Ian! Sounds like you really have the enthusiasm to learn!

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Post by iandominicp77 » Sat Jan 14, 2006 8:05 pm

so,

How are you doing with your lessons Sue?

Sterkte..

Ian
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Post by Sue » Sun Jan 15, 2006 5:11 pm

Lessons are going well Ian, thanks for asking. I am holding my own with people who have lived in the country for years! My dictionary gets used a lot though! I try to study as much as I can in my spare time - trying to balance that and getting the decorating done!

Groetjes

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iandominicp77 wrote:so,

How are you doing with your lessons Sue?

Sterkte..

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Post by iandominicp77 » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:47 pm

I could not also proceed on reading a certain paragraph without consulting my dictionary..... It's also good because I get to learn a lot of words everyday...

Dag!!!

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Re: Leuk

Post by Sue » Mon Jan 23, 2006 5:58 pm

My boyfriend picked my dictionary up the other day and it fell apart - that is how much I use mine! The Z section stayed in his hand and the rest fell on the floor!

Sue :)
iandominicp77 wrote:I could not also proceed on reading a certain paragraph without consulting my dictionary..... It's also good because I get to learn a lot of words everyday...

Dag!!!

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Post by iandominicp77 » Tue Jan 24, 2006 5:54 pm

Echt waar? :shock:

Nevertheless, it is indeed a good sign :lol:

Dag
ian
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Post by iandominicp77 » Wed Mar 29, 2006 1:57 pm

Hallo!!!

Waar zijn de mensen?
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Post by zouzoufromparis » Wed Mar 29, 2006 3:37 pm

dag,

ik ben nieuwe in die forum.

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Ian

Post by Jimmy » Mon Apr 03, 2006 11:51 pm

Hallo Ian
Im also new to this site. Well done for taking that big step of learning dutch.
I am trying very hard to do a self study and i find it very hard. I need to get out there and meet people. All i have is my Partner and that's not good because he only speaks English to me. no matter how much i ask him to speak dutch english always come out of his mouth. I would love to go to a shcool here in Holland but i live in the NOrh of Holland and i can not find anything up here.
However hope fully you wil be able to give me advice with learning. (i have started home study so meny time)
I travel back and forth the uk alot so i find it hard to practice all the time.
well good luck with your studies
I wish u the best of luck
and it has given me the courage to continue
Danke u wel

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