Flanders, the northern region of Belgium. Flemish is not a dialect; it is a language.
Answer: No, its a Germanic language.
They speak Flemish there; Flemish is a variation of Dutch.
Flemish is not a slavic language.
"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)
Flemish, French, and German are the official languages of Belgium.
Flemish or Dutch
Dutch and Flemish
Flemish is the name of the language that some Belgians speak. It is a close dialect of Dutch.
The Kingdom of Belgium has Flemish as one of its official languages.
Belgium has Flemish and French as its official language. German is also spoken in the easternmost part of the country.
Flemish is often referred to as the Belgian variant of Dutch (some people will go so far as to say they are the same language). As such, the language is most common in Belgium, where approximately 5.5 million, or about 55% of the Belgian population, speak Flemish. In Flanders, the northern part of Belgium, the official language, Dutch, is commonly referred to as Flemish. Several thousand Flemish speakers can be found in France, as well.
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.
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.
Flemish a dutch dialect
"Welkom in België"
Flemish and Waloon are two totally different people who just live in the same country, they have an different history, culture, language etc... A Flemish is not a Walloon and a Walloon is not a Flemish
The Flemish language is mainly spoken in Belgium. It is actually the majority language in Belgium. It is also spoken in parts of the Netherlands, though.
Dutch is the official language of the Flemish Community and the Flemish Region (merged to Flanders) and, along with French, an official language of the Brussels-Capital Region.
It is a language much like Dutch spoken in the northeastern part of Belgium.
It's based on Dutch/ Flemish
None. But Indonesia has a large population that speaks Dutch as a second language (which is a dialect of Flemish).
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 Flemish, speak French as well as English, whereas the Walloons, mainly speak French