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Language students call a CUSTOMER SERVICE number… and need to speak ONLY in DUTCH!
What happens when language students (including beginners) call a customer service number…\n… and need to speak only in Dutch?\n\nHow long will it take before they switch to English?\n\nHow long will they manage to have a phone conversation in Dutch?\n\nWe did the challenge with our language students, with different levels of Dutch:\n\nLevel descriptions:\nLevel 1 group (0 to A1), ±0-50 hours of Dutch class\nLevel 2 group (A1 to A2), ±50-100 hours of Dutch class\nLevel 3 group (from A2 to A2+), ±100-150 hours of Dutch class\nLevel 4 group (from A2+ to B1), ±150-250 hours of Dutch class\n\nMistakes marked in the video:\nWe’ve chosen to mark small translation/grammar mistakes in red for educational purposes. We have deliberately chosen a very light red font, so as not to put too much stress on the mistakes, because when you learn a language, you shouldn’t be afraid to make mistakes! Words that should have been in the sentence (to have a correct sentence) are marked with square brackets.\n\nCorrections:\n2:13 ‘mogen wij informationen wissen op de e-bikes’ – mogen wij informatie over de e-bikes\n2:39 ‘ik mag een vraag praten voor de fietsen’ – mag ik een vraag stellen over de fietsen\n2:54 ‘verstaan jou’ – versta je\n3:09 ‘wissen welke type of’ – weten welk type van’\n3:20 ‘vraagde voor’ – bel voor\n3:50 ‘een fietsen’ – een fiets\n4:14 ‘niet e-bike’ – geen e-bike\n4:23 ‘wij wil’ – wij willen\n4:29/4:35 ‘heb jullie’ – hebben jullie\n8:28 ‘hoe lang ik kan krijgen de fieten?’ – wanneer kan ik de fietsen krijgen?\n8:57 ‘Hoeveel het kost?’ – Hoeveel kost het?\n9:28 ‘Jij zegt net jij wil proefrit’ – Jij zegt net dat je een proefrit wilt.\n9:29 ‘Nu jij wil…’ – Nu wil jij…\n9:53 ‘Ciao, ciao’ – Doei doei.\n\nMore #dutchculture videos with Dutch language students in the following playlist:\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uFxJeES_xw\u0026list=PLUOa-qvvZolDmz66BL9Vc5KQ6tsBdK4aS\n\nMore #dutchlanguage challenges in the following playlist:\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfWTclMtEYI\u0026list=PLUOa-qvvZolBBmS2TxHpW2Rjb495UDvZQ\n\n\nVideo produced by:\nBart de Pau\n(online Dutch teacher and founder of the Dutch Summer School and Dutch Winter School)\n\nEditing: Nicolas Balbontin, Kim van den Corput, Bart de Pau\nVideo was recorded at the BLC Dutch Summer School – 2019 in Amsterdam.\n\nTo know more about our:\n- Dutch Summer School: https://dutchsummerschool.nl\n- Dutch Winter School: https://dutchwinterschool.nl\n- Learn Dutch online with Bart de Pau: https://www.learndutch.org
“I AM FIRE, I AM DEATH” in different languages
Smaug says who he is in 24 different languages! Watch to the end to compare, which Smaug is the most brutal and epic! Subscribe, if you like this video!\n\nContact me: [email protected]