rhino514 wrote:the diference between the spraaktaal and correct language are quite abundant.
There is indeed! Mind you, English isn't the same throughout the world either. Being Canadian, I suppose you'd be well aware of the differences between English spoken (and written) in the UK, USA, Canada and the Southern Hemisphere. And that's not even taking in account the various forms of local dialects! Envision this: a true Yorkshire man with a born-and-bred Texan in Brisbane, AUS. They both speak English, but I very much doubt they'll be able to understand the other. Nor would any local understand either one
Anyway, language spoken on TV, especially on reality shows and the commercial channels, is usually 'street language'. "Correct" language (in quotes, because: what's correct? who determines that?) is mostly found in documentaries, the news and more "elitist" discussion programs. I'd recommend viewing films by Bert Haanstra (sadly passed away in 1997) and especially "Fanfare". Link: http://www.berthaanstra.nl/
You can order a 10 DVD-set, containing his work. No affiliation!