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Flemish Language and Culture

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Known as Belgian Dutch, Flemish is one of two official languages of Belgium. East Flemish, West Flemish and French Flemish are the southwestern dialects of Dutch. Flemish are the ethnic group speaking Flemish and living in northern and western Belgium. This category is all about the Flemish people, their language and dialects, their history and culture.
A Flemish dormer is a type of window.
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In Europe, England, Scotland, Northern Ireland have English as the official language. A number of countries have more than one official language; Malta and Ireland have English as one of two official languages. English is the official language of Gibralta - although most people also speak Spanish.
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Jan Brueghel Peter Paul Rubens
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Beer, 'Vlaamse frieten (Flemish fries), chocolate, Belgische wafels (Belgian waffles).
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Pieter Bruegel (the Elder c.1525-1569) painted The Peasant Wedding in 1568.
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People wear the same clothing in Belgium that they do in the rest of the world: Jeans, tee shirts, dresses, pants, shoes, etc.
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People from Belgium speak Flemish. People from the northern part of Belgium speak Flemish ( a Dutch dialect), people in the south speak French
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Dank u or Dank je are Dutch equivalents of 'Thank you'. And the Flemish?
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Flemish giant rabbits are the largest breed of rabbits. They were originally bred for eating but have since become popular household pets.
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ang mga paraan ng pagluluto ay: pagbabati paghihiwa pagtatalop paghahalo pagdidikdik d ko na alam yung iba basta marami yan
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grootmoeder
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It is almost the same as in English: Welkom. And that's the same as in Dutch.
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Flemish giants are rabbits that weigh from 15 to 20lbs.
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Yes on google translate just make sure you are not trying to translate into a dialect. You can also but free apps on your phone but they can usually only translate into Dutch which is close enough.
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hallo
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They are people living in the country Belgium. The country lies south of the Netherlands and nort of France.
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to write an SBA on an examination of students you have to write the adress on the right side of whatever you writing on then on the left side you have to write dear whoever you writing it to then you skip about one line and leave a little space then begin your writing if you are writing about behavi…
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Liefde
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Red = Rood in Flemish
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there are 22 official languages of India
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Gelukkig nieuwjaar is a Dutch equivalent of 'Happy New Year'.
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in india there are total 72 languages spoken.
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Dr. Thomas Fuller
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Yes, and nowhere else. Half the country, of course, speaks French. Don't try speaking French in the Flemish half, though; they resent it and prefer English.
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Gelukkig Nieuwjaar
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"Have a good trip" = "goede reis" One remark: Flemish is the word people use to describe a variety of Dutch spoken in Flanders (northern Belgium). In essence Dutch and Flemish are the same, meaning people in northern Belgium do speak Dutch. Only, they speak it slightly differently (compare American…
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No. The Dutch are the inhabitants of The Netherlands, the Flemish are the inhabitants of northern Belgium. The Dutch and the Flemish language are also different and the cultures etc.
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Yes. Flemish is a West Germanic language, closely related to Dutch and, being spoken by many people in Belgium, is basically the Belgian variation of Dutch. Flemish refers to the general region known as Flanders, overlapping parts of present-day Belgium, France, and the Netherlands. It is well known…
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Answer: No, its a Germanic language.
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by the 1300 the most important trading partner of Flanders was England, Flemish traders set up shop in the dockyards of London. They relied on the English shepherds to supply them with wool to be made into cloth. The finished cloth was then shipped back to England. In this way, the Flemish developed…
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grootmoeder
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Hallo, hoe gaat het met u?
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doen
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This question is just about language. Flemish apparently is a dialect of Dutch. It is said that the two are written the same, but not spoken the same.
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vandaag
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In Belgium we say: gefeliciteerd met uw huwelijk.
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To answer your question it is ik zie je graag. but now i need something from you how to say i love you in old English my wife would love it for her birthday:) ill get some
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"hoofd" or "kop"
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Belgium - but only in the capital - Brussels (Brusel (Flemish), Bruxelle (French)). In Flanders, Flemish is the official language, whereas in the Walloons, French is the official language. Because of this and the animosity between the two regions, English is used as a common language. Most Flemis…
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The barangay of the ancient Filipinos functioned like a city-state. These barangays were well organized independent villages that were a dominant organizational pattern in the indigenous communities in the Philippine archipelago.
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"schoon" or "mooi"
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Tagalog Translation of DUCHESS: dukesa
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genieten
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de schepper
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Goede avond
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Bangladesh Constitution is rigid whereas the UK Constitution is flexible. Ad Rashed ali
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Only in Belgium.
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Flanders, the northern region of Belgium. Flemish is not a dialect; it is a language.
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bloederig
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Ik woon in België.
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Yes, they are. But there are (many) differences in language and culture and in school systems etc. For example: The Dutch can 'immitate' the Flemish accent but the Flemish can't speak Dutch. They can't pronounce certain sounds used in the Dutch language (most people except Dutch people can't). And t…
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There is some debate about whether the Flemish culture is truly distinct from Dutch culture. The Flemish people speak a variety of local dialects of Dutch. Approximately 75% of Flemish people have been baptized into the Roman Catholic Church (though only about 8% attend mass). The Dutch culture has …
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liefde
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"Ik mis je" (By the way Flemish is not a language: it's only a term to describe the 4 southern dialects of the Dutch language: West-Flemish, East-Flemish, Brabantian, Limburgish)
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They are both regions?
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That is the regulation that the president made. a.k.a regulation means: a law made by a ruler The regulation in the city was that everyone had to have under four children and if they didn't then they would get banned.
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"Vrolijk kerstfeest" is the Flemish equivalent of "Merry Christmas." "Joyeux Noël" is the French equivalent. "djoyeus Noyé" is the Walloon equivalent. The three phrases represent the Christmas wishes of the three main languages that are spoken in Belgium.
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opa/ grootvader,
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First of all 'Belgian' isn't a language, Belgians speak either Flemish or French (or German for a very few of them). In French, Merry Christmas is "Joyeux Noël" In Flemish, Merry Christmas is "Prettig kerstfeest" In German, Merry Christmas is "Fröhliche Weihnachten"
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In belgie they are talking 3 language , one of them is dutch.. in dutch we say: ik wens u een gelukkig nieuwjaar ( i wish u a good newyear)
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The flemish are the people who speak flemish. The live in the north of Belgium. Flemish is a dialect from Dutch. Most of it is the same but pronounced a bit different. The walloons live in the south of Belgium and they speak french.
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NO, GERMAN
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Halimbawa: Isang estudyante ay may kailangan malaman na sagot ukol sa kanyang takdang-aralin. Ngunit siya ay tinatamad gawin ito,kaya siya ay umasa na lamang sa iba na sumagot sa tanong niya dahil siya ay mayroon pang gagawin na mga bagay-bagay.
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twee
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One of the languages spoken in Belgium.
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Flemish, = Dutch is one of the three official languages of Belgium.All three are, Dutch (Nederlands), French and German.
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oog
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zaterdag
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1 = een
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Jan van Eyck
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1= een 2= twee 3= drie 4= vier 5= vijf 6= zes 7= zeven 8= acht 9= negen 10= tien
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The Flemish people of Belgium speak their own version of Dutch, using various features to distinguish it. About 75% are assumed Roman Catholic by baptism, but not all attend mass or act religious.
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Same as in Dutch Yes = Ja
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hond
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"In het Verenigd Koninkrijk" means "In the United Kingdom" in Flemish.
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i don't think they speak Flemish, they usually speak french because when Congo was a colony of Belgium, all the politicians, business people and royalty were french speaking
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6000260 or 58% of the people in Belgium are Flemish
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Flemish is derived from the country of Flanders (currently known as Belgium). Flemish is the language spoken in about two thirds of Belgium. The other one third speaks French.
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Nang makita ni Marcos sa kanilang lumang orasan na ang mahabang hintuturo ay malapit nang sumapit sa ika-12 samantalang nakapako na sa ika-8 ang maikling daliri, Hindi niya malaman kung saan siya magtutungo. Isiniksik niya ang kanyang ulo kahi't saan. Saka ang dalawa niyang hintuturo ay ipinapasak s…
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hala baliw kau noh oh may tama lang
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The mayor of a Dutch town is called - burgemeester
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The answer is BURGOMASTER, Jeremy K Chance
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halimbawa ng dula?
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hug
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Sovame latioca
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No, the Walloons speak French. The Flemish speak Dutch.
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kantoor
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officially it is hindi.
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Goodbye can be 'tot ziens' (until I see you) or 'dag' which can also be used as a greeting. It's a question of tone.
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