Easy Dutch Sentences

Easy Dutch Sentences have words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

Easy Dutch is Dutch similar to English.

There are of several types of Easy Dutch Sentences:

1. EASIEST DUTCH SENTENCES

2. EASY DUTCH SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

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EASIEST DUTCH SENTENCES

Easiest Dutch Sentences feature words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy Dutch Sentence.

From the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other Dutch connecting words that are not similar to English. You can use the words similar to English as clues to the meanings of the other Dutch words.

When you travel to Holland, you will probably see some Easiest Dutch Sentences that you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the Dutch words in these Easy Dutch Sentences.

Examples of Easiest Dutch Sentences

After the Dutch and English versions of each sentence is the pronunciation of the Dutch sentence.

Dutch -- English -- [Say Dutch]

Wat is dit? -- What is this? -- [vaht ihs diht]

Wat is er te doen? -- What is there to do? -- [vaht ihs ehr tuh doon]

Kan ik printen? -- Can I print? (computer) -- [kahn ihk PRIHN-tuhn]

Hoe lang is het? -- How long is it? -- [hoo lahng ihs heht]

Wanneer is de tennismatch? -- When is the tennis match? -- [VAH-nayr ihs duh ‘tennis’-mehtsh]

Ik ben student. -- I am a student. -- [ihk behn stew-DEHNT]

Ik ben vegetariër. -- I am a vegetarian. -- [ihk behn FAY-khuh-TAA-ree-yuhr]

Ik ben gehandicapt. -- I am handicapped. -- [ihk behn khuh-HEHN-dee-kehpt]

Ik ben hier voor een seminar. -- I am here for a seminar. -- [ihk behn ‘here for’ uhn SEH-mee-nahr]

Ik ben hier voor een conferentie. -- I am here for a conference. -- [ihk behn ‘here for’ uhn kohn-fuh-REHNT-see]

Ik ben hier voor studie. -- I am here for studies. -- [ihk behn ‘here for’ STEW-dee]

Ik ben hier al een week. -- I’ve been here for a week. -- [ihk behn ‘here’ uhn vayk]

Ik ben hier tot maandag. -- I’m here till Monday. -- [ihk behn ‘here’ toht MAAN-dahkh]

Ik ben aan de pil. -- I am on the Pill. -- [ihk behn aan duh ‘pill’]

Ik ben allergisch voor penicilline. -- I am allergic to penicillin. -- [ihk behn ah-LEHR-khees ‘for’ PAY-nee-see-LEE-nuh]

Ik heb een probleem. -- I have a problem. -- [ihk hehp uhn PROA-blaym]

Ik heb astma. -- I have asthma. -- [ihk hehp ‘asthma’]

Ik heb artritis. -- I have arthritis. -- [ihk hehp ahrt-REE-tihs]

Ik heb diarree. -- I have diarrhea. -- [ihk hehp dee-ah-RAY]

Ik heb lactose-intolerantie. -- I have lactose-intolerance. -- [ihk hehp LAHK-TOA-suh-ihn-TOH-luh-RAHNT-see]

Ik heb menstruatiepijn. -- I have menstrual pain. -- [ihk hehp mehn-strew-AAT-see-pien]

Ik heb een vaginale infectie. -- I have a vaginal infection. -- [ihk hehp uhn FAA-khih-NAA-luh ihn-FEHK-see]

Ik heb een allergisch reactie. -- I have an allergic reaction. -- [ihk hehp uhn ah-LEHR-khee-suh ray-AHK-see]

Ik heb een appartement gereserveerd. -- I have an apartment reserved. -- [ihk hehp uhn ah-pahr-tuh-MEHNT khuh-RAY-zuhr-FAYRT]

Ik werk voor IBM. -- I work for IBM. -- [ihk vehrk ‘for’ ‘IBM’]

Ik spreek Engels. -- I speak English. -- [ihk sprayk EHNG-uhls]

Ik studeer Engels. -- I study English. -- [ihk stew-DAYR EHNG-uhls]

We gaan dansen. -- We go dancing. -- [vuh khaan DAHN-suhn]

Mijn telefoon werkt hier. -- My telephone works here. -- [mien tay-luh-FOAN vehrkt ‘here’]

Hier is mijn telefoonnummer. -- Here is my telephone number. -- [‘here’ ihs mien tay-luh-FOAN-nuh-muhr]

Mijn telefoonnummer is... -- My telephone number is… [mien tay-luh-FOAN-nuh-muhr ihs]

Mijn nummer is... -- My number is… [mien NUH-muhr ihs]

Hier is mijn e-mailadres. -- Here is my e-mail address. -- [‘here’ ihs mien ‘e-mail’-aa-DREHS]

Mijn e-mailadres is... -- My e-mail address is… [mien ‘e-mail’-aa-DREHS ihs]

Mijn auto wil niet starten. -- My auto will not start. -- [mien OW-toa vihl neet STAHR-tuhn]

Mijn auto is gestolen. -- My auto was stolen. -- [mien OW-toa ihs khuh-STOA-luhn]

Mijn bagage is gestolen. -- My baggage was stolen. -- [mien baa-KHAA-zhuh ihs khuh-STOA-luhn]

Mijn computer is gestolen. -- My computer was stolen. -- [mien ‘computer’ ihs khuh-STOA-luhn]

Mijn creditcard is gestolen. -- My credit card was stolen. -- [mien ‘credit’-kaart ihs khuh-STOA-luhn]

Het is warm. -- It is warm. (weather) -- [heht ihs vahrm]

Het is koel. -- It is cool. (weather) -- [heht ihs ‘cool’]

Het is interessant. -- It is interesting. -- [heht ihs ihn-teh-reh-SAHNT]

Het is romantish. -- It is romantic. -- [heht ihs roa-MAHN-tees]

Alles goed. -- All is good. -- [AH-lehs khoot]

We hebben gereserveerd. -- We have a reservation. -- [vuh HEH-buhn khuh-RAY-zuhr-FAYRT]

Een tafel voor twee personen. -- A table for two persons. -- [uhn TAA-fuhl ‘for’ tvay puhr-SOA-nuhn]

Een menukaart in het Engels. -- A menu in English. -- [uhn mew-NEW-KAHRT ‘in’ heht EHNG-uhls]

Dit ik te koud. -- This is too cold. (food ) -- [diht ihs tuh kowt]

Dit ik te heet. -- This is too hot. (food ) -- [diht ihs tuh hayt]

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EASY DUTCH SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

Some Easiest Dutch Sentences are so easy that they need no translation because the words similar to English will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy Dutch Sentence -- without need of translation.

So from the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other Dutch connecting words that are not similar to English.

When you travel to the Netherlands, you will probably see some Dutch Sentences That Need No Translation which you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the Dutch words in these Easy Dutch Sentences.

Examples of Easy Dutch Sentences That Need No Translation

After the Dutch version of each sentence is the pronunciation of the Dutch sentence.

Dutch -- [Say Dutch]

Hallo! -- [hah-LOA]

Mijn naam is Jan. -- [mien naam his yahn]

Ik heb een e-ticket. -- [ihk hehp uhn "e-ticket"]

Waar is een bus? -- [vaar ihs uhn "bus"]

Waar is een hotel? -- [vaar ihs uhn hoa-TEHL]

Waar is een café? -- [vaar ihs uhn ‘cafe’]

Waar is een internetcafé? -- [vaar ihs uhn IN-tah-neht-ka-feh]

Waar is een restaurant? -- [vaar ihs uhn rehs-toa-RAHNT]

Waar is een goed restaurant? -- [vaar ihs uhn khoot rehs-toa-RAHNT]

Waar is een fastfoodrestaurant? -- [vaar ihs uhn fahst-‘food’-rehs-toa-RAHNT]

Waar is een parkeergarage? -- [vaar ihs uhn pahr-KAYR-khaa-RAA-zhuh]

Waar is de bar? -- [vaar ihs duh "bar"]

Waar is de rivier? -- [vaar ihs duh ree-FEER]

Waar is de ruïnes? -- [vaar ihs duh rew-EE-nuhs]

Waar is de supermarkt? -- [vaar ihs duh "super"-mahrkt]

Waar is de manager? -- [vaar ihs duh MAA-naa-zhuhr]

Waar is het park? -- [vaar ihs heht "park"]

Waar is het toilet? -- [vaar ihs heht tvaa-LEHT]

Waar is het museum? -- [vaar ihs heht mew-ZAY-uhm]

Waar is het busstation? -- [vaar ihs heht "bus"-staa-SHOHN?]

Is er een bus? -- [ihs ehr uhn "bus"]

Is er een concert? -- [ihs ehr uhn kohn-SEHRT]

Is er een sauna? -- [ihs ehr uhn SOW-naa]

Is er een casino? -- [ihs ehr uhn "casino"]

Is er een synagoge? -- [ihs ehr uhn see-naa-KHOA-khuh]

Is er livemuziek? -- [ihs ehr laaif-mew-ZEEK]

Is er jazz? -- [ihs ehr yehz]

Is er rap? -- [ihs ehr rehp]

Wat is uw e-mailadres? -- [vaht ihs ew "e-mail"-aa-DREHS]

Wat is uw telefoonnummer? -- [vaht ihs ew tay-luh-FOAN-nuh-muhr]

Wat is uw faxnummer? -- [vaht ihs ew FAHKS-nuh-muhr]

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Easy Dutch Sentences are not the only part of Dutch that is easy.

Easy Dutch is Dutch similar to English.

EASY DUTCH WORDS look like English words. Some Easy Dutch words are spelled exactly like English. Other Easy Dutch words are spelled slightly different than English, but look related.

EASY DUTCH PHRASES contain enough words similar to English that you will be able to understand what the phrases mean.

EASY DUTCH PRONUNCIATIONS are Dutch words pronounced like English, with some spelled exactly like English, and others spelled slightly different than English but still pronounced like English.

EASY DUTCH GRAMMAR has Dutch words similar to English in the same order in Dutch as in English (but unfortunately not all Dutch grammar is Easy Dutch Grammar.)

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Many Dutch words are spelled exactly like English. Even more Dutch words are spelled slightly different than English -- although easily recognizable as related to English.

Discover how much you know about Dutch just because you know English. You will recognize more Dutch words than you realize.

Since so many Dutch words resemble English, it makes sense to take advantage of your experience with those related words. If you are an English-speaker, you have spent years with these English words that resemble Dutch words. You know how to pronounce them, what they mean, how to use them in conversation, all without thinking about them consciously.

If you’ve never studied Dutch, you may not realize that you already know many Dutch words in English. Easiest Foreign Languages will reveal that you already know quite a bit of Dutch, because so many Dutch words are similar to English.

The Easy Dutch words that are similar to English provide the easiest way to begin learning Dutch, and can make learning the Dutch language easier for you.

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