Lonely Planet Dutch Phrasebook & Dictionary
When it comes to Dutch, you can safely put aside those negative stereotypes about 'double Dutch'. The reality is that Dutch and English are closely related, both being members of the Germanic family of languages. Such are the similarities that Bill Bryson was moved to remark in Neither Here Nor There that 'when one hears Dutch, one feels one ought to be able to understand it.'
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Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet and Annelies Mertens.
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- Paperback | 256 pages
- 93 x 140 x 12mm | 128g
- 15 Sep 2013
- Lonely Planet Publications Ltd
- LONELY PLANET PUBLICATIONS
- Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia
- New edition
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