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  1. Laura speaks Dutch 56: Speeching at a wedding2009/05/17
    This episode is a fringe one. It is the first one after a very, very long break. My father has passed way and I just couldn’t get myself to do a new episode and thus didn’t. But life goes one and now that regular things are back on track it is time for Laura speaks … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch 56: Speeching at a wedding →
  2. Laura speaks Dutch 55: The subject of a sentence2008/11/30
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  3. Laura speaks Dutch 54: Sinterklaas is back (terug)2008/11/21
    As every year Sinterklaas is back in the Netherlands. Of course we all beleive in him and are happy to meet him again. Last saturday he arrived in our country and as you can see in the picture that is cause for celebration. Children are dancing and that is such a pretty sight. So here … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch 54: Sinterklaas is back (terug) →
  4. Laura speaks Dutch 53: Meet the family2008/09/20
    In this episode we talk about the family. How is everyone called? A good way to have a look at that is to talk about the most famous family gathering: de birthdays. We have touched that before in the birthday song in episode 15. As usual the text that you learn is available as well.Here’s … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch 53: Meet the family →
  5. Laura speaks Dutch #52: Riding the bike2008/07/11
    With thanks to Brian from South Dakota we have a podcast-episode dedicated to riding the bike. Thanks for writing the script and helping make a brand new episode. Brian loves riding the bike and thus the subject was easy for him to pick. The Dutch are known for all the bikes that are present so … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #52: Riding the bike →
  6. Laura speaks Dutch #51: Soccer turns Holland orange2008/06/08
    It is that time of year again: the European Championships soccer have begun and that means that our world turns orange again. So I’ll focus on that for this episode. This week is the first round of games. If we survive that – and we took a bunch of good competitors in drawing from the … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #51: Soccer turns Holland orange →
  7. Laura speaks Dutch #50: Koninginnedag2008/04/28
    компютримебелиIn this episode we are celebrating Queens Day! We celebrate that on April 30th. You want to know why? Well listen! A very traditional episode. Read on for the lesson.
  8. Laura speaks Dutch #49: My top place 7 through 52008/04/20
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  9. Laura speaks Dutch #48: Top 10 places to visit2008/04/12
    This time we start off on a list of favorite places you could visit in the Netherlands and are fun according to me. Of course this list is totally Brenno and not based on anything objective. However I think it is fun and brings back the counting. Let’s have a look at tourist attractions in … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #48: Top 10 places to visit →
  10. Laura speaks Dutch #47: Singular or Plural2008/04/03
    In this episode I’m going to give you people a hard time, because you really will have to work on some grammar. This time we focus on singular that turns in to plural. How does that work? Let’s find out. In general the rule for plural means that we add something to the end of … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #47: Singular or Plural →
  11. Laura speaks Dutch #46: Do you believe in fairy tales?2008/03/31
    Today is April 1st and it is not possible to deal with a serious subject then. So let’s start off with a whole different subject: fairy tales or sprookjes in Dutch. It’s a fun subject and off course I throw in as many useful words as I can. Thank you Martin Lewison from New York … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #46: Do you believe in fairy tales? →
  12. Laura speaks Dutch #45: Back to school2008/03/19
    After a while I finally had the time to make a new show. Hopefully you like to go back to school. That is also today’s subject: school. We talk about the education and how the systems works in general. I hope you like it. This is today’s lesson: Education starts generally at the age of … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #45: Back to school →
  13. Laura speaks Dutch #44: Do you speak English?2008/01/24
    Sorry for keeping you waiting a bit, but here is a brand new Laura speaks Dutch. In this episode we talk about speaking English, intimate (gezellig), food and other important stuff. With regard to Your question answered we have a question on the use of the J. Sometimes we say that character (Ja) and sometimes … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #44: Do you speak English? →
  14. Laura speaks Dutch #43: Going to the Doctor and the police speaks out!2007/12/16
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  15. Laura speaks Dutch #42: Talking to kids2007/12/02
    In this episode we are going to help out Becky. She is coming to the Netherlands as an Au Pairs and she wants to be able to say some things to the kids. So we made up a list of things you can say. Of course many of the sentence are useful in a context … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #42: Talking to kids →
  16. Laura speaks Dutch #41: The province of Gelderland2007/11/25
    After all the celebrations we did in the podcast on Sinterklaas we would easily forget that we still have to finish our tour through the country. We visited Limburg and now we are going backup up. Above Limburg is Noord Brabant a province we discussed a couple of weeks ago. Above that is my home-province … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #41: The province of Gelderland →
  17. Laura speaks Dutch #40: Sinterklaasje kom maar binnen met je knecht!2007/11/21
    One of the big things of the Sinterklaasfeest is singing the songs. In the previous episode I featured a song especially sung for the podcast. Now it is time to take it to the next level and learn you the text. Besides that I want to teach you a couple of words to help you … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #40: Sinterklaasje kom maar binnen met je knecht! →
  18. Laura speaks Dutch #39: Sinterklaas arrived!2007/11/17
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  19. Laura speaks Dutch #38: The province of Limburg2007/11/11
    With loads of extra listeners tuning in, thanks to the article on Reuters, there is a urgent need for a new podcast. The show will be a little bit different, because at the end I will speak the whole story out. That tip I got and I think it is a very valuable addition. So … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #38: The province of Limburg →
  20. Laura speaks Dutch #37: Strange things we Dutch say2007/11/05
    Maybe we’re a little bit fringe in the Netherlands. You sometimes hear these strange stories about out country. Of course when it’s in the media it is always true ;). But hey we are a bit different though. We Dutch have some very strange sayings. In this episode of Laura speaks Dutch we go out … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #37: Strange things we Dutch say →
  21. Laura speaks Dutch #36: A job interview2007/10/28
    In this podcast we focus on a job interview. I received an e-mail with that request and must say that is a good idea to touch that subject. We practice a telephone interview with some basics. Of course for the indepth you still have to talk English, but this helps you really making the most … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #36: A job interview →
  22. Laura speaks Dutch #35: Traffic jams, rush hour, ouch2007/10/24
    In this lesson we talk about rush hour. Not the most popular subject, but hey daily reality in the Netherlands. Some words about the trains and driving around. Here’s what you will learn: In this lesson we will focus on traffic and traffic jams | In deze les richten we ons op het verkeer en … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #35: Traffic jams, rush hour, ouch →
  23. Laura speaks Dutch 34: The province of Brabant2007/09/16
    Sorry for keeping you waiting so long, but Laura and I came to the realization that our relationship didn’t work out. So we broke up and that hurts of course. But there is a community here and we both thought it would be worthwhile to continue the podcast. So let’s get to work: This time … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch 34: The province of Brabant →
  24. Laura speaks Dutch 33: The province of Zeeland2007/07/08
    We’re back on track with the Netherlands tour and this time we go further South to the beautiful province of Zeeland. Close to Belgium the scenery has no hills. Still the sight is pretty beautiful in its own way. Not just because of the coast, but also thanks to the farms and the lack of … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch 33: The province of Zeeland →
  25. Laura speaks Dutch 32: Talking Mobile Phone or the iPhone2007/06/29
    For once we make a change from our regular tour of the Netherlands and we are going to talk about mobile telephony. Thanks to all the buzz that Apple created with their iPhone it may be fun to talk about that for a while, run through a couple of telephony details on how to make … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch 32: Talking Mobile Phone or the iPhone →
  26. Laura speaks Dutch 31: Zuid Holland2007/06/09
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  27. Laura speaks Dutch 30: De Afsluitdijk and Noord Holland2007/05/27
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  28. Laura speaks Dutch 29: The Twelve Provinces2007/05/19
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  29. Laura speaks Dutch 28: Meeting family in the Netherlands2007/04/22
    In this episode we do something very difficult. I got an e-mail with a problem I know only too well: you have family abroad and you have never met them before. How do you survive that? We’ll get you started on the conversation followed by a touristy tip that I did with Laura as well … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch 28: Meeting family in the Netherlands →
  30. Laura speaks Dutch 27: Belgium food!2007/04/09
    It’s time for a brand new episode. This time we finish up on the attention on our southern neighbours in Belgium. If there is one thing they are very good at, it sure is making excellent meals! So let’s get you up to speed on that and of course focus also a little on their … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch 27: Belgium food! →
  31. #26: Belgium, the history in a nutshell2007/02/26
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  32. #25: Will you be my Valentine?2007/02/12
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  33. #24: The language of love (our podcast in a glossy!)2007/01/21
    (podcast) In the most recent issue of the Dutch Glossy Living a whole page in the most recent issue is dedicated to Laura speaks Dutch. It’s a nice story that makes me proud, of course. But the problem is that the article is in Dutch and thus many of you cannot understand it (or only … Continue reading #24: The language of love (our podcast in a glossy!) →
  34. #24: The language of love (our podcast in a glossy!)2007/01/21
    (the article) In the most recent issue of the Dutch Glossy Living a whole page in the most recent issue is dedicated to Laura speaks Dutch. It’s a nice story that makes me proud, of course. But the problem is that the article is in Dutch and thus many of you cannot understand it (or … Continue reading #24: The language of love (our podcast in a glossy!) →
  35. #23: Going to the dentist2007/01/12
    This is the first podcast of 2007 and we’re talking about a nasty subject: the dentist. I found it always scary until I met Laura. She’s a dental assistant and that has a very important meaning in the Dutch language as you will find out in this show. However this is still useful information since … Continue reading #23: Going to the dentist →
  36. 22: Happy New Year2006/12/28
    Hopefully you all survived the first part of the holidays in good atmosphere. Now we’re looking at the ending of the year. So we have to toasting and wish everybody the best. Here’s a lesson that helps you do just that. In this episode you’ll learn the following: Hi how are you? | Hoi, hoe … Continue reading 22: Happy New Year →
  37. #21: Talking Christmas2006/12/17
    This time we focus on the essentials to say with Christmas. Of course there is more than will fit in one episode so stay tuned to coming days for new episodes to arrive that make you totally prepared for Christmas. This time we learn the following: Welcome to the 21st episode of Laura speaks Dutch … Continue reading #21: Talking Christmas →
  38. Laura speaks Dutch #20: Asking directions2006/11/02
    One of the scary things is finding your way in a foreign country. With this lessons I’m helping you get started on asking the directions and then telling where to go. Hopefully this wil help you understand your own directions. At the end there is a funny GPS-system notification spoken by a Dutch politician. The … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #20: Asking directions →
  39. Laura speaks Dutch #19: Aap Noot Mies2006/10/15
    As children most Dutch learned Aap Noot Mies the row of words and names. This came with some pictures. As I noticed the youngsters don’t learn this, but older people probably still know it (it’s a true classic). On the right you see a picture of this, but this guy has a whole site dedicated … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #19: Aap Noot Mies →
  40. Laura speaks Dutch#18: Time for breakfast2006/09/28
    In this new episode we focus again on food. We Dutch eat bread and we like that sweet for breakfast. So brace yourself for cholocate and enjoy! Oh yeah peanut butter might work too! Again a sweet lesson :). Good morning sweet heart Did you sleep okay? | Goede morgen lieverd. Heb je lekker geslapen? … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch#18: Time for breakfast →
  41. Laura speaks Dutch #17: Strange things we Dutch eat2006/09/12
    Welcome to a brand new Laura speaks Dutch that has been placed on a brand new server. Our previous server broke down (the cpu overheated) and a new one is in place. That means that the sites will be quicker and it is even more fun to create podcasts and put them online. This time … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #17: Strange things we Dutch eat →
  42. Laura speaks Dutch #16: Cats and Dogs2006/08/29
    Let’s for a change spend time on animals. Many people love them and there is a lot of talk about that. Of course we’ll spend time on “raining cats and dogs” as well. Here’s what you’ll learn: – Oh nice, you’ve got a cat | Oh leuk, je hebt een kat – Yes! His name … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #16: Cats and Dogs →
  43. Laura speaks Dutch #15: Birthday song2006/08/09
    As requested by two listeners it is now time to sing a birthday song. Of course you’ll find out that I cannot sing at all, but who cares? Everybody sings: EVEN LAURA! Yes you’ll get to hear her contribution as well. The song we sing is very simpel: Long will she live! | Lang zal … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #15: Birthday song →
  44. Laura speaks Dutch #14: About today2006/07/27
    One of the important things to keep a conversation going is telling what you have been doing today. Where did you go, what did you eat, etc. – Hey Laura, How are you? | He Laura hoe gaat het met jou? – Fine! | Prima! – I went out for some relaxation | Ik ben … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #14: About today →
  45. Laura speaks Dutch #13: From A through Z2006/07/17
    In this lesson we’re going to continue where we stopped. It’s time for some general knowledge and that means we’re going to focus on the alphabeth. That means that there is no real conversation, but still your voice is needed! For those of you wondering what we have been up to the last couple of … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #13: From A through Z →
  46. Laura speaks Dutch #12: Special: Country without Government2006/06/29
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  47. Laura speaks Dutch #11: Grammar I/You/She/He/They and to be2006/06/27
    This podcast is dealing with some grammar. Am I angry with you listeners that I do that? You bet! The Netherlands were kicked out of the world championships socker and that’s sad of course. So I take it out on you with some grammar. So hard work this time, not the most energizing but it … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #11: Grammar I/You/She/He/They and to be →
  48. Laura speaks Dutch #10: Colors of the wind2006/06/21
    This episode is one of several smaller ones that deals with certain words to beef up the vocabulary or some specifics. They don’t last as long and help you picking the language up a little bit sooner. This time we focus on the most famous colors and make up for something I forgot last time. … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #10: Colors of the wind →
  49. Laura speaks Dutch #9: Talking to your sweetheart2006/06/18
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  50. Laura speaks Dutch #8: Check-in to the hotel2006/06/14
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  51. Laura speaks Dutch #7: The worldcup soccer2006/06/05
    Many of you will be well aware that this week the world championships soccer start. For the Netherlands this is a big thing, especially since we qualified to play. Soccer is important and especially during these games. So it is useful to know some words, some phrases to make a good impression and of course … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #7: The worldcup soccer →
  52. Laura speaks Dutch #6: Public transportation2006/06/02
    This time we focus on public transportation. Even though we complain a lot about the public transport we actually have a good system that is quite reliable. Despite some small delays it covers the vast majority of our country. – Excuse me for interrupting you | Sorry dat ik u even stoor – At which … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #6: Public transportation →
  53. Laura speaks Dutch #5: Getting a check and paying2006/05/27
    After some lessons getting to the point where we can order and count, we now need to pay the bill and ask for it. After learning that we touch on the subject of giving a tip (or not). The Netherlands is quite different from for instance the United States. Here’s what you learn: – Welcome … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #5: Getting a check and paying →
  54. Laura speaks Dutch #4: Some more counting2006/05/25
    In this lesson we take the counting a little bit further and go all the way to twenty. One thing you can see that after twelve we say the number as we learned it below ten and at tien (which means ten). In the explaination we talk about money. Not only our currency the euro, … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #4: Some more counting →
  55. Laura speaks Dutch #3: Ordering drinks, counting2006/05/20
    In this episode we look at the airport. When we arrive a drink is welcome, so let’s learn how to order that. We request beers, wine or coffee to get the party going. Since you cannot survive on one drink we need to count as well. We finish off on some background information about Schiphol … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #3: Ordering drinks, counting →
  56. Laura speaks Dutch #2: where are you from?2006/05/15
    Thanks for all the postive responses on the first episode. In the second show we take the conversation a little bit further. After greeting you want to know where somebody is from and of course talk about the weather. That last thing is something the Dutch love to do and at the end of the … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #2: where are you from? →
  57. Laura speaks Dutch #1: greetings and capitals2006/05/13
    In this first episode we focus on the very principles of a conversation: greeting. Saying good morning, good afternoon or good evening makes the difference. We learn how we can get a conversation started. After that we look at the funny system in the Netherlands with two capitals: Amsterdam and The Hague. A good start … Continue reading Laura speaks Dutch #1: greetings and capitals →
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