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For material addressing the teaching, learning and use of the Dutch Language, see Topic:Learning Dutch.

Dutch Language Division

Welcome to the Dutch Language Division of the Schools of Language and Literature and Linguistics. This topic addresses the study of the Dutch Language and its history and literature. Dutch is a West Germanic language that originated in The Netherlands. It is spoken in The Netherlands, Belgium, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, and other nations.

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Dutch Wikipedia
There is a Dutch version of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

External links

  • Orandago, free learn Dutch website including exercises, grammar, vocabulary, videos and feedback
  • Dutch Grammar - free online resource, with grammar, audio and forums