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Lisa

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Forest Hills, NY

Member since:

November 24, 2010

Tell me your funniest experience with Dutch/Flemish speaking people?

I was on the E train heading home and I heard an elderly couple speaking Dutch who were clearly lost. I leaned across the aisle and (in Dutch) asked if they needed help. They nearly fell over that someone spoke Dutch to them on the subway.

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In order to speak with my Oma and Opa, I had to speak Dutch growing up. I'd love a chance to brush up (more than the weekly call to my Oma affords) and learn more!


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