[Read in Dutch/Italian] Some time ago I have written a post with tips to get to speak Dutch (how do I start speaking Dutch, by real?). "Why should you want it? You can perfectly survive in the Netherlands without speaking Dutch." That's absolutely true, but I am still convinced that speaking the language of the … Continue reading 10 reasons to learn Dutch
Dutching arrives on Instagram! [Read in Italian] Although I am definitely not a social person, I've decided that I must show all these pictures, all these small things that I notice and capture everywhere, if I want to talk about the Netherlands. In almost five years, I have been able to collect more folders on … Continue reading A look into the Dutch life
[Read in Dutch/Italian] Evergreen question. In my everyday choices, the convenience often wins on the cheapness, but after large purchases, I promise myself I will pay more attention...sooner or later. And I am not saying that that moment has come, but I started getting information about the price of various products in the supermarkets. Especially … Continue reading Which supermarket is the cheapest?
[Leggi in italiano] One of the most difficult aspects of learning Dutch has been for me managing the order of the sentence. That's something new, since I had not found it in other languages (I have never studied German, for example), and my brain was not trained yet. One needs to find the rule applying … Continue reading The order of the sentence
Marta, in the end, what do you like of the Netherlands? So many times I found myself looking for the right words to give a proper answer to this question. To motivate a choice that can look risky, selfish, far, strange, choosy. Actually, I've always been saying that I am in love with the Netherlands, but … Continue reading What I like of the Netherlands