Listening Exercise (General)
Everyday Dutch Words Basic vocabulary
for conversation and reading
Useful Words and Phrases for Travelers
Learning Dutch? (Lessons -
- Click on 'hear' to listen to a Dutch phrase.
An MP3 player will appear to the right.
- Try to write down the Dutch that you hear, then click on 'read
Dutch' to check how you have done (a small window will
appear below the line);
you can click 'hear' again or click on the MP3 player in the
sound window to hear it again (and again)
- 'Read translation' will show the translation and meaning of the
if you like, you could first try to to translate the words and
think of what it means yourself; then click to check how you've
Overview (If you only want to listen to the phrases,
or when you're done with the exercise)
Exercises from Another Dutch Website
see (and hear) also:
A Mixed Bag of Names & Words -
Sailors and Ships of the 17th Century
Vermeer's World -
Old New York
The Dutch in Sports
Names and 'Old' Spelling (with Samples)
Geographical: Names of Cities, Provinces etc. spoken
Hear Longer Dutch Texts: Poems and a Song -
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Don't be a
dief (thief) -
dievegge (female thief) -
diefstal (theft) -
stelen (to steal) -
heler (dealer in stolen goods) -
hear Dutch -