I loved you but was not Netherlands

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Although Dutch may not be known as the language of love, there are lots of ways of expressing how much you care about that special someone. In order to help you in your romantic endeavors and spice up your life, here are a few words and phrases about love.

Houden van is very dependent on context. Thus, I can use it to express how much I like something, or how much I love someone. You can use this for your partner, your mother, your family, your children, anyone who you love, even your favorite food or your town. This is the starry-eyed, having a crush on, lovey-dovey feeling of love instead of the very serious and intense feelings of love. For expressing deep love for someone you would still use houden van. This is very much derived from context.

Sometimes to specify the relationship, the word order makes all the difference. This can indicate an intimate or romantic relationship with the person. But not always.

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And the Dutch sometimes get this one confused as well. This generally indicates that a person is just your friend. It implies that you have many friends and this person is one of them. Build vocabulary, practice pronunciation, and more with Transparent Language Online. Available anytime, anywhere, on any device. Hi Sarah, I have a question. You have not mentioned, I am in love with you. Which I thought was Ik ben verliefd op jou, in stead of I have a crush on you.

Also that the idea of using it with or a parent makes him uncomfortable…. The language is softer than the new dutch as formed after WW2. I visited Nederlands while in the US Army in Germany in before the great floods and hope to visit again!

Thanks for your comment! Indeed there are many different pronunciations for Dutch. The pronunciation also changes depending on how close to the German and Belgian borders you go. I prefer it but Flemish speakers slur the language and round off words the way Americans do English, so ABN or north country Dutch can be easier to understand for an English speaker.

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I was never fluent but could translate Dutch advertising text into English ad text. Am still studying Dutch at home, which is now Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I lived in the village of Putten when I was a young teen. The kind and calm nature of the Dutch people made a huge impact on my life. Now at 60 years of age I am working towards moving back there.

My language skills are coming back since my recent 3 I loved you but was not Netherlands visit to your gracious country. Could you help us? This is specially to Jim Primdahl. A year or so after WW 2, a bus full of German tourists came to the city of Amersfoort. They stopped at a reasaurant. It so happened that a bunch of young men from the village of Putten were there too. The village of Putten was blown up by the Germans and many men were picked up and deported to Germany… At the cost of the front window of the restaurant, the Putten boys threw the Germans out of the place….

Most people think putting je behind a word makes it a diminutive. It is true, but the way most dutch people use is because it sounds sweeter. And i am a native Dutchman. I have fallen for you and i am crazy about you. You say this to a man or a woman, but if you are a man say it to a woman and if you are a woman say it to man.

Find out if they mean really like me like me or just like me for fun. This is similar with English, right? Tommy Re -je at the the end of a word. I lived in Amsterdam for 3 years and I really did and still liked the language. It was fun and I do remember some of it.

I wish to go back there some day. I enjoyed all of the different comments posted. Caitlin clover Ik houd ontzettend veel van je! I have someone dear to me and I would like him to feel almost like he is home back in Amsterdam so I appreciate all your help ,I learn some Dutch ,good enough to greet him and tell him I love him thank you.

Can it be used in the context of good friendship? Dutch Language Blog. Thank you! Please check your inbox for your confirmation. You must click the link in the to verify your request. Wij houden van elkaar. We love each other. Ik hou van jou. I love you. Ik hou van dansen.

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I love dancing. Ik ben verliefd op die leuke jongen bij mij in de klas. I have a crush on that cute guy in my class. Hij is mijn vriend. Zij is mijn vriendin.

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He is my boyfriend. She is my girlfriend. Hij is een vriend van mij. Zij is een vriend van mij.

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He is a friend of mine. She is a friend of mine. Hey cutie, would you like something to drink? I have butterflies in my stomach.

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Ik vind je leuk. Literally: I find you nice, but in the right context : I really like you. Tags: lovevocabulary. Keep learning Dutch with us! Try it Free Find it at your Library. Share this: Share. Marion van Overveld: The dutch way of saying that someone is working in a restaurant is: Ik werk in een restaurant.

Jim Primdahl: I lived in the village of Putten when I was a young teen. Jim Primdahl: rewrite: social contract is what I meant to say. Karin: Hi! Bob: This is specially to Jim Primdahl. Tommy: Most people think putting je behind a word makes it a diminutive. Tommy: Tommy Re -je at the the end of a word. Erica Obeng: I lived in Amsterdam for 3 years and I really did and still liked the language. Caitlin clover: hello, I would like to know how to say I love u dearly I dutch!

Sten: Caitlin clover Ik houd ontzettend veel van je! Tomajko: I have someone dear to me and I would like him to feel almost like he is home back in Amsterdam so I appreciate all your help ,I learn some Dutch ,good enough to greet him and tell him I love him thank you. Older post.

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