The history of the Dutch language.

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Dutch is a West Germanic language, that originated from the Old Frankish dialects.

Among the words with which Dutch has enriched the English vocabulary. Dutch is noteworthy as the language of an outstanding literature[citation needed], but it also became important as the tongue of an enterprising people, who,Dutch is also among some of the earliest recorded languages of Europe. Countries that have Dutch as an official language are Belgium, the Netherlands, Suriname, Aruba and Curacao

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The history of the Dutch language.
Dutch is a West Germanic language, that originated from the Old Frankish dialects.

Among the words with which Dutch has enriched the English vocabulary. Dutch is noteworthy as the language of an outstanding literature[citation needed], but it also became important as the tongue of an enterprising people, who,
Dutch is also among some of the earliest recorded languages of Europe. Countries that have Dutch as an official language are Belgium, the Netherlands, Suriname, Aruba and Curacao
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The history of the Dutch language.
Dutch is a West Germanic language , that originated from the Old Frankish dialects.

Among the words with which Dutch has enriched the English vocabulary
are bamboo, booze and cookie . Dutch is noteworthy as the language of an outstanding literature[citation needed], but it also became important as the tongue of an enterprising people , who, . Dutch is also among some of the earliest recorded languages of Europe. Countries that have Dutch as an official language are Belgium, the Netherlands, Suriname, Aruba and Curacao
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It dates back to the 6th century! It is also supposedly one of the easiest languages for an English speaker to learn I have many Dutch friends who speak in Dutch together around me (forgetting and gabbling) but i follow most of the conversation they also have Dutch friends who don't speak English but understand me well enough some other words to add to the essay that are very similar are ... appel = apple banaan = banana peer = pear tomaat = tomato

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