Dutch Study Group

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Re: Dutch Study Group

Postby tommus » Tue Oct 20, 2020 8:50 am

Yet another report on Nene's progress learning Dutch.
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Re: Dutch Study Group

Postby tommus » Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:54 am

Schrijfassistent Nederlands (Writing Assistant Dutch)

This is a brand new free website that offers an interesting artificial intelligence approach to correcting your Dutch and offering suggestions for improving your written Dutch. I have just started experimenting with it. There aren't many instructions as to how to use it but it is fairly easy. There are lots of pop-up help and suggestions by clicking on highlighted words. It provides a spell check. It looks at the forms of verbs, it helps with tone, it identifies some differences between Belgian Dutch and Standard Dutch. It is also in a state of flux. There are two different versions. Worth experimenting with a bit. I'd be interested in comments on how useful others find it to be.

Schrijfassistent Nederlands

Schrijfassistent Nederlands voor Anderstaligen
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Re: Dutch Study Group

Postby JuKarasawa » Thu Jan 14, 2021 1:20 pm

Elsa Maria wrote:Here is a Dutch study group - a place to encourage each other and discuss learning Dutch.
There is a group already for discussing Dutch in Dutch, so this group will use English to discuss Dutch.

Here is a link to the Discussies in het Nederlands group. I hope that I will be ready for that group someday :)

If you have ideas for this study group, please post them.

Why are you learning Dutch? What resources are you using? I will post my answers to those questions in a follow-up post.


Hi everyone!

New joiner here, just found this forum when I was looking for resources to improve my Dutch :)

My name is Juliana and I'm a Brazilian living in the Netherlands (that's why I started learning Dutch). Currently I'm mostly on my own since I don't do well with online classes, so my resources are the materials I used when in-person classes were still possible, various websites like welklidwoord.nl, dutchgrammar.com, n2taalmenu, and my BF (constantly pestered by my questions about the Dutch language :lol: )
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Re: Dutch Study Group

Postby Cèid Donn » Thu Jan 14, 2021 9:21 pm

JuKarasawa wrote:
Hi everyone!

New joiner here, just found this forum when I was looking for resources to improve my Dutch :)

My name is Juliana and I'm a Brazilian living in the Netherlands (that's why I started learning Dutch). Currently I'm mostly on my own since I don't do well with online classes, so my resources are the materials I used when in-person classes were still possible, various websites like welklidwoord.nl, dutchgrammar.com, n2taalmenu, and my BF (constantly pestered by my questions about the Dutch language :lol: )


Welkom!

Ik wens je heel veel succes met het leren van Nederlands! / I wish you much success with learning Dutch!
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Re: Dutch Study Group

Postby PeterMollenburg » Fri Jan 15, 2021 3:34 am

JuKarasawa wrote:
Elsa Maria wrote:Here is a Dutch study group - a place to encourage each other and discuss learning Dutch.
There is a group already for discussing Dutch in Dutch, so this group will use English to discuss Dutch.

Here is a link to the Discussies in het Nederlands group. I hope that I will be ready for that group someday :)

If you have ideas for this study group, please post them.

Why are you learning Dutch? What resources are you using? I will post my answers to those questions in a follow-up post.


Hi everyone!

New joiner here, just found this forum when I was looking for resources to improve my Dutch :)

My name is Juliana and I'm a Brazilian living in the Netherlands (that's why I started learning Dutch). Currently I'm mostly on my own since I don't do well with online classes, so my resources are the materials I used when in-person classes were still possible, various websites like welklidwoord.nl, dutchgrammar.com, n2taalmenu, and my BF (constantly pestered by my questions about the Dutch language :lol: )


Ja, veel success, hoor! Hoe lang ben je dan in Nederland geweest? Het is zo ver weg van Brazilië, en zo anders. Ik ben australisch en ook als Nederland zo ver weg van mij ook is, vind ik het een heel interessant land. Australië is groot en heel droog met veel ruimte terwijl Nederland en klein, erg nat land is met niet genoeg ruimte!

(Yes, good luck indeed! How long have you been in the Netherlands, then? It's so far away from Brazil, and so different. I'm Australian and even if the Netherlands is so far away from me, I find it a very interesting country. Australia is large and very dry with a lot of space, while the Netherlands is a small, wet country with not enough room!)
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Re: Dutch Study Group

Postby Elsa Maria » Sun Jan 17, 2021 5:41 pm

JuKarasawa wrote:
Elsa Maria wrote:Here is a Dutch study group - a place to encourage each other and discuss learning Dutch.
There is a group already for discussing Dutch in Dutch, so this group will use English to discuss Dutch.

Here is a link to the Discussies in het Nederlands group. I hope that I will be ready for that group someday :)

If you have ideas for this study group, please post them.

Why are you learning Dutch? What resources are you using? I will post my answers to those questions in a follow-up post.


Hi everyone!

New joiner here, just found this forum when I was looking for resources to improve my Dutch :)

My name is Juliana and I'm a Brazilian living in the Netherlands (that's why I started learning Dutch). Currently I'm mostly on my own since I don't do well with online classes, so my resources are the materials I used when in-person classes were still possible, various websites like welklidwoord.nl, dutchgrammar.com, n2taalmenu, and my BF (constantly pestered by my questions about the Dutch language :lol: )

Welcome, Juliana. I look forward to reading about your Dutch journey.
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