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SUBSCRIBE TO EASY DUTCH: 🤍 GET EXERCISES FOR OUR VIDEOS: 🤍 FREE SAMPLE WORKSHEET: 🤍 WEBSITE: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 - ALL DUTCH VIDEOS: 🤍 ALL SUPER EASY DUTCH VIDEOS FOR BEGINNERS: 🤍 - Easy Languages is an international video project aiming at supporting people worldwide to learn languages through authentic street interviews and expose the street culture of participating partner countries abroad. Episodes are produced in local languages and contain subtitles in both the original language as well as in English. WEBSITE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO EASY LANGUAGES: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 - * 4:11 - "Algemeen Nederlands" - This term means "Standard Dutch." Standard Dutch is used for public and official purposes, including instruction in schools and universities. Standard Dutch is quite uniform across Belgium and the Netherlands, though the accent, intonation and small vocabulary differences are indicative of where a speaker comes from. Standard Dutch consists of two varieties: "Netherlandic Dutch" ("Nederlands-Nederlands", informally known in Flanders as "Hollands") as used in the Netherlands, and "Flemish Dutch" ("Vlaams-Nederlands" or "Belgisch-Nederlands") as used in Belgium. Bear in mind that when people talk about "Flemish", they either refer to the standardized variety of Flemish Dutch, or spoken informal Flemish, which consists of a great number of dialects, regionalects and "tussentaal." Tussentaal literally translates to "in between language", referring to its position between dialect and standardized Flemish Dutch. The old name for Algemeen Nederlands is "Algemeen Beschaafd Nederlands", meaning "General Cultured Dutch". It's too complex to go into the history here, but it does say something about the elevated social status that was previously attributed to Standard Dutch. As a general indication, in this video you can hear various types of Flemish Dutch. Nout speaks Standard Flemish Dutch almost all of the times whereas most of the interviewees speak variations of Flemish, from dialect (like West Flemish) to tussentaal. As you can imagine, people that spoke dialect were harder to transcribe: in our transcriptions, we tried to find the middle ground between the language as spoken and legibility. This also meant that we sometimes had to sacrifice certain smaller exclamations or subject-verb links which you don't have in written language and which, if transcribed, would make the Dutch subtitles quite difficult to follow or understand. * 9:18 - poepen - This is a bit complicated but in tussentaal, it means "to have sex" whereas in standardized Netherlandic Dutch, it means "to poop". - Host, transcription & translation: Nout Van Den Neste Director, camera & editing: Nora Goerne Creators of the YouTube channel "Dutch & Go": 🤍 #learndutch #easydutch #easylanguages
SUBSCRIBE TO EASY DUTCH: 🤍 GET EXERCISES FOR OUR VIDEOS: 🤍 FREE SAMPLE WORKSHEET: 🤍 WEBSITE: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 - ALL DUTCH VIDEOS: 🤍 ALL SUPER EASY DUTCH VIDEOS FOR BEGINNERS: 🤍 - Easy Languages is an international video project aiming at supporting people worldwide to learn languages through authentic street interviews and expose the street culture of participating partner countries abroad. Episodes are produced in local languages and contain subtitles in both the original language as well as in English. WEBSITE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO EASY LANGUAGES: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 - * 6:10 - "Duits gedeelte" - Compared to the Netherlands, Belgium is a complicated country with a complex system of governance, 6 governments in total, structured on both regional and linguistic grounds. Belgium has a federal Belgian government and is divided into three highly autonomous regions, each with their own government too: Flanders in the north, Wallonia in the south, and the Brussels-Capital Region. Belgium is home to two main linguistic groups or communities: the Dutch-speaking Flemish Community (which has the same government as the Flemish regional government), about 60 percent of the population. Then there is the French-speaking Community, about 40 percent of the population. A small German-speaking Community, numbering around one percent, exists in the East Cantons. Both of these Communities have their own government too because the 3 regions of Belgium do not overlap with the languages spoken there, except for Flanders where the main language is Flemish. In Brussels however, the main language is French, followed by Flemish and a whole range of other international languages. The main language spoken in Wallonia is French and only a small part of it speaks German, close to the border with Germany. The three Communities represent the three official languages of Belgium: (Flemish) Dutch, French and German. This linguistic diversity also results in different and varied cultural identities which, culturally speaking, do not often interact with each other (different television channels, news outlets, etc.). In comparison, the Netherlands is relatively straightforward with only one central government and both a linguistic and cultural unity as Dutch is the main and only standardized language with only some recognized provincial languages (mainly West Frisian) and regional dialects. - Names of all people included in the production process with their roles: Host, transcription & translation: Nout Van Den Neste Director, camera & editing: Nora Goerne Creators of the YouTube channel "Dutch & Go": 🤍 Do you want to practice your Dutch and learn more about Dutch and Flemish culture? We made various playlist of Dutch music on Dutch & Go: 🤍 #learndutch #easydutch #easylanguages
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If you live in Flanders and you still have got quite a long way to go before you speak like a local, I've compiled a list of 5 important words that you can use in daily conversations and situations. I'll be giving a short definition of each word followed by one or two example sentences and in no time, I guarantee you'll be speaking like a local! Allez mannekes, ge kunt het! Do you want to listen to Flemish spoken language? Check out my playlist "Spreektaal": 🤍 = Did this video help you? Then chip in to support my coffee addiction! 🤍 Get a free class on italki: 🤍 & book a class with me: 🤍 For more interesting articles about Dutch grammar, vocabulary and study tips go to my blog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Check out my other channel "Het Vlaamse Woord Van De Week" to learn words commonly used in Belgium: 🤍
Can German and Flemish speakers understand each other? In this episode we showcase some of the similarities and test the degree of mutual intelligibility between German and Belgian Dutch (Flemish). Instead of a list of words and sentences, Nathalie (Flemish speaker) and Florian (German speaker) will each read short sentences and paragraphs in their respective languages to see how well they can understand one another. Please follow and contact us on Instagram if you have any suggestions or if you speak a language that has not been featured before and would like to participate in a future video: 🤍 Be sure to check out Florian's channel: 🤍 Flemish (Vlaams), also known as Flemish Dutch (Vlaams-Nederlands) or Belgian Dutch (Belgisch-Nederlands) is a Dutch dialect primarily spoken in the Flanders region of northern Belgium where it is native to. It is also sometimes referred to as Southern Dutch (Zuid-Nederlands). The German language (Deutsch) is a West Germanic language with official status in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and the Italian province of South Tyrol. In Luxembourg, Belgium and parts of Poland, German is a co-official language, and one of several national languages of Namibia. German has many similarities with West Germanic languages such as Afrikaans, Dutch, English, and Yiddish. The German-speaking countries are ranked among the top in the world in terms of annual publication of new books, and a great amount of German literature, from medieval works to modern times, has been produced. Among many others, there are the works of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, a literary genius who is considered to be like the German Shakespeare. Goethe is best known for his novel, "The Sorrows of Young Werther" (Die Leiden des jungen Werthers), which was published when he was only 25. Other classics include Simplicius Simplicissimus by Hans Jakob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen, Hyperion by Friedrich Holderlin, The Devil’s Elixirs by ETA Hoffman, Debt and Credit by Gustav Freytag, Effi Briest by Theodor Fontane, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge by Rainer Maria Rilke, and many others. In more recent times, several German language authors have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. They are Theodor Mommsen, Rudolf Christoph Eucken, Paul Heyse, Gerhart Hauptmann, Carl Spitteler, Thomas Mann who is perhaps best known for Buddenbrooks and Death in Venice, Hermann Hesse, Nelly Sachs, Heinrich Böll, Elias Canetti, Günter Grass, Elfriede Jelinek, Herta Müller, and Peter Handke.
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Scotland is a diverse, hodge-podge mixture of a country. In this video you will see how the Flemish and their Flemish Dutch Language changed Scotland. From the Norman Aristocracy to weaving, new towns and the Scots Language, they have left their mark on this fascinating country. If you would like to learn more about these resourceful people, check out this book: 🤍 Become a Patreon here: 🤍 Copyrights and thank you. Ystrad Clud Davidian, Chabacano, CC BY-SA 2.5 🤍 via Wikimedia Commons Bothwell Castell, Moray - CC BY-SA 3.0, 🤍 Duffus Castle, By Billreid at Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, 🤍 Gear I use: Osmo Pocket 2 (but here is the newer version): 🤍 Rode Audio: (I use type 1, this is next model): 🤍 Canon2000D: 🤍
Bontje speaks the Westhoek variety of the West-Flemish language of the West Flanders province in Belgium. It is related to Zeelandic and more distantly to standardized Dutch. This video was recorded by Elliot in Veurne, Belgium. West-Flemish, known natively as West-Vlams and West-Vlaams, is spoken by as many as 1.4 million people, primarily in the West Flanders region of Belgium, as well as adjoining parts of the Netherlands and France. A Low Franconian Germanic language, West-Flemish is part of the broader Flemish dialect continuum, which encompasses the Dutch language varieties spoken in Belgium and the westernmost province of Zeeland in the Netherlands. Consequently, it is most closely related to the Zeelandic language and more distantly to standardized Dutch, Frisian, English, and Scots. Elliot's grandmother Bontje speaks a variety or "dialect" of West-Flemish from the coastal Westhoek region, which is sometimes also called Maritime Flanders. According to Elliot, it is one of the most distinct varieties of West-Flemish and often the most challenging for speakers of standardized Dutch to understand. Though Flemish is the most widely spoken mother tongue in Dutch Belgium, it is not politically recognized as such; instead, standardized Dutch is co-official alongside German and French. This video is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. To download a copy, please contact hello🤍wikitongues.org. Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍
If you’re an intermediate student and you’ve always wanted to understand the differences between Dutch as spoken in Belgium and Dutch as spoken in the Netherlands, then I’ve got you covered. I’m discussing the linguistic landscape in both the Netherlands and Belgium and to what extent the difference between the two standardized varieties (Netherlandic Dutch and Belgian Dutch) from both countries are relevant for students. I’m also mentioning some important differences with regards to pronunciation, vocabulary and expressions. I hope it helps! Check out our Easy Dutch video where I ask people what according to them are the main differences between the two variations: 🤍 Some more information about the differences between Belgian Dutch and Netherlandic Dutch: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 A bit more folkloric, cute differences: 🤍 🤍 Very specific, very advanced, very good: 🤍 Finally, some Belgian Dutch coursebooks… I don’t mean to discriminate Netherlandic Dutch or promote Belgian Dutch, but I’m just explicitly mentioning some course books and material here because I know how difficult it can be for students to find good study material in Belgian Dutch. The standard is however that most coursebooks and online material too is in Netherlandic Dutch. A1 - Vanzelfsprekend A2 - Niet Vanzelfsprekend B1 - Nederlands voor gevorderde anderstaligen Tekstboek 1 B2 - Nederlands voor gevorderde anderstaligen Tekstboek 2 The editor from where you can buy them: 🤍 Other material: A few typical words that you often use in spoken Flemish: 🤍 🤍 🤍 To practice non-standardized spoken Flemish (“tussentaal”), check out 🤍 from Sofie Begine and her book “Wa zegt ge? Vlaamse spreektaal voor anderstaligen” Sources: - Map of the languages spoken in Belgium: 🤍 - Overview of the language variation in the Netherlands vs. Belgium: 🤍 Note: I made a video in 2019 about the same topic but I felt that it was time for an update :-) = Did this video help you? Then chip in to support my coffee addiction! 🤍 Get a free class on italki: 🤍 & book a class with me: 🤍
Welcome to my channel! This is Andy from I love languages. Let's learn different languages/dialects together. Please feel free to subscribe to see more of this. I hope you have a great day! Stay happy! Please support me on Patreon! 🤍 Please support me on Ko-fi 🤍 West Flemish (West-Vlams or West-Vloams or Vlaemsch (in French-Flanders), Dutch: West-Vlaams, French: flamand occidental) is a collection of Dutch dialects spoken in western Belgium and the neighbouring areas of France and the Netherlands. West Flemish is spoken by about a million people in the Belgian province of West Flanders, and a further 50,000 in the neighbouring Dutch coastal district of Zeelandic Flanders (200,000 if including the closely related dialects of Zeelandic) and 10-20,000 in the northern part of the French department of Nord. Some of the main cities where West Flemish is widely spoken are Bruges, Dunkirk, Kortrijk, Ostend, Roeselare and Ypres. West Flemish is listed as a "vulnerable" language in UNESCO's online Red Book of Endangered Languages. The dialect has its own dedicated Wikipedia. If you are interested to see your native language/dialect be featured here. Submit your recordings to otipeps24🤍gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you!
💡Leer Nederlands - basisconversatie met echte Vlamingen: Dit is les 003 van mijn crash course Nederlands (Learn Dutch - CEFR 1.1.). In deze video leer jij het possessieve pronomen en oefen jij basisdialoog van les 001. Zo kan jij praten met Vlamingen! Maak ook de test (escape room) op deze link: 🤍 (bedankt, Flippity!). Veel succes! 💡Heb je een vraag of een suggestie? Wil jij zelf conversatiefilmpjes opsturen? Post het onder de video! 💡 Deze video's horen bij mijn lessen aan het CLT. Wil jij de complete leservaring? Surf naar 🤍clt.be voor ons (online) aanbod. °°°°°°°°° 💡Learn Dutch - basic conversation with Flemish people: this is lesson 003 of my crash course Dutch (Learn Dutch - CEFR 1.1.). In this video you learn the possessive pronoun and you train the basic dialogue from lesson 001. Now you can start a conversation with Flemish people! See if you can solve the escape room on this link: 🤍 (thanks to Flippity) 💡Questions, feedback, suggestions or do you want to send some conversation videos? Post them in comments! 💡 These videos belong to my course at CLT Leuven. Interested in following a complete (certified) language course? Surf to 🤍clt.be and check our our (online) offers. #LeerNederlands #LearnDutch #Leer #Nederlands #Learn #Dutch #Vlaams #Flemish #Belgium #België #Flanders #Vlaanderen #CLT #CLTleuven #Dutchexpat #ExpatDutch #Dutchin15minutes #surviveDutch #apprendreleNéerlandais #apprendreNéerlandais #Néerlandais
Who stole the famous Ghent Altarpiece, and who recovered it? And who is restoring it? What is Prinsenhof, and why is it so pretty? Where did the famous Ghent Dragonfly in from? Why is Ghent so famous for its lace? Why is St. Peters Abbey so important to Ghent history? 📺 It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com #AbsoluteHistory
In this video we take a look at some Flemish words which are used quite often in Belgium. Most of these words are not used in The Netherlands, so if you are studying Dutch and you live in Belgium these words are quite useful for you to know. Want to buy me a coffee ? I really like coffee :) 🤍 Want to support the Channel ? 🤍 (Donate on Paypal) Looking to learn language online with a private tutor ? 🤍 (Preply :find a suited tutor and improve the language of your choice) 🤍 (Italki : find a suited tutor and improve the language of your choice) Find me on Instagram : 🤍 Do you like photography ? 🤍 If you want to find out what my students think about me, please click on the links below : 🤍 🤍 Bedankt en tot ziens... Dutch Round 1
Swedish guy tries to speak Flemish Dutch while Nenalyzed from Belgium tries to speak Swedish in a language challenge. This is one video in a longer series where I find foreigners or tourists and to make language challenges with. Nenalyzed is however an old youtube friend. Nenalyzed: 🤍 Check the playlist for more language videos: 🤍 Swedish blog: 🤍 TheSwedishLad: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: TheSwedishLad Instagram: TheSwedishLanguage
Flemish title: Rapunzel - Wanneer Mijn Leven Nu Echt Begint Rapunzel: Deborah de Ridder Yay, I'm back with more videos. Atm this is one of the less movies I have access to, cuz I moved to a rest home end july and most of my movies are still at home, but I'll get some more movies soon, until then I'll just work on this movie. I decided to use the Flemish dub this time, cuz I honeslty love Flemish dubs and especially this one, cuz Flynn is voiced by Tintin! (Aka Jelle Cleymans). DISCLAIMER: I own nothing showed in this video, expect for the translation. This was purely fanmade and no profit was made from this.
🤍 "Waarom, waarom, waarom ik voor geen vreemden buig, waarom ik met van Maerlant juich, zijn leuze voor de mijne erken? Zijn leuze voor de mijne erken?" [Omdat ik Vlaming ben!] x3 "Waarom, waarom, waarom ik aan mijn kindren leer: 'Maakt Vlaand'ren groot gelijk weleer!' Waarom ik, hopend, juich met hen? Waarom ik, hopend, juich met hen?" [Omdat ik Vlaming ben!] x3
Swedish guy tries to speak Flemish Dutch while Nenalyzed from Belgium tries to speak Swedish in a language challenge. For this one, we used a Swedish and Flemish text. Nenalyzed: 🤍 My language challenge videos are based on the idea that me and a person from another country try to repeat each other's languages. This series can either by friends from other countries or me finding tourists around Stockholm, or when I travel to other countries. Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Swedish channel: 🤍 Instagram: TheSwedishLad Instagram: TheSwedishLanguage Intro graphics by Oliver Holmgren & Erica Svejderud 10 Swedish Words: 🤍 Cheers -Martin in Sweden
© Disney Copyright Dutch Title: Rapunzel's Wilde Avonturen - Nóóit De Nummer Eén Singer: Ann van den Broeck
💡Learn Dutch: In this video you'll learn how make or avoid a date in a polite way. That's important to know when you're invited. So from now on, you'll now what to say and how to make an appointment. We'll focus on two scenarios. At the end, you can test yourself and see how well you would do in a real situation. Good luck! Btw: the video was shot 🤍Het Strand, which is a lovely restaurant / bar in Leuven: 🤍 💡Questions, feedback, suggestions? Post them in comments! 💡 These videos belong to my course at CLT Leuven. Interested in following a complete (certified) language course? Surf to 🤍clt.be °°°°°°°°°°° 💡In deze video leer jij hoe jij een afspraak kan maken / ontwijken op een beleefde manier. Dat is belangrijk wanneer je wordt uitgenodigd. Vanaf nu weet jij dus wat jij moet zeggen en hoe jij een afspraak kan maken. Aan het eind van de video oefenen we de twee scenario's en kan jij testen hoe goed jij zou scoren in een echte situatie. Veel succes! Btw: Een deel van de video is opgenomen 🤍Het Strand, dat is een prachtig restaurant / café in Leuven: 🤍 💡Heb je een vraag of een suggestie? Post het onder de video! 💡 Deze video's horen bij mijn lessen aan het CLT. Wil jij de complete leservaring, surf naar 🤍clt.be voor ons (online) aanbod. °°°°°°°°° #LeerNederlands #LearnDutch #Leer #Nederlands #Learn #Dutch #Vlaams #Flemish #Belgium #België #Flanders #Vlaanderen #CLT #CLTleuven #Dutchexpat #ExpatDutch #Dutchin15minutes #surviveDutch #apprendreleNéerlandais #apprendreNéerlandais #Néerlandais
Hi everyone, this video's about the alphabet in Dutch and/or Flemish. I'll also be paying some special attention to difficult sounds, the vowels and the consonants. Every sound or letter will be presented to you with a new Dutch and/or Flemish word, with translation :) Hope you enjoy! Don't forget to send me more requests x eveline
How to introduce yourself, saying where you come from, asking "how are you" and telling how you are saying bye, and how old you are are also mentioned! Hope you enjoy, next video will be up soon! x eveline
Dutch dialects in Belgium vs the Netherlands (accents, Flemish, etc). #Dutch #dialect #language
You want to study Dutch but you’ve heard that there’s also Flemish and that that’s kind of like a different language and now you don’t know where to start? I have your back because in this video I’ll be busting some myths and explain why the difference between standardized variations of Belgian Dutch and Netherlandic Dutch really don’t matter all that much for beginners. Ultimately, the gist is that on a standardized level, you’ll be understood both in Belgium and the Netherlands. Check out our previous video on the main differences between Belgian Dutch and Netherlandic Dutch here, which is a video for more intermediate students: 🤍 If you’re interested in learning more about the differences between Netherlandic Dutch and Belgian Dutch and the cultural differences between the Netherlands and Belgium, then check out our easy Dutch videos where we interview people on the streets and ask for their opinions about these topics: Nederlands vs. Vlaams: 🤍 Nederland vs. België: Finally, some Belgian Dutch coursebooks… I don’t mean to discriminate Netherlandic Dutch or promote Belgian Dutch, but I’m just explicitly mentioning some course books and material here because I know how difficult it can be for students to find good study material in Belgian Dutch. The standard is however that most coursebooks and online material are in Netherlandic Dutch. A1 - Vanzelfsprekend (check out my review of that book here: 🤍 ) A2 - Niet Vanzelfsprekend B1 - Nederlands voor gevorderde anderstaligen Tekstboek 1 B2 - Nederlands voor gevorderde anderstaligen Tekstboek 2 The editor from where you can buy them: 🤍 Other sources for spoken Flemish & Belgian Dutch material: 🤍 🤍 App Uitsprekend: 🤍 Source of the graphic (adapted): 🤍 Note: This is a new and hopefully improved version of a video I made in 2018. :-) = Did this video help you? Then chip in to support my coffee addiction! 🤍 Get a free class on italki: 🤍 & book a class with me: 🤍
Did you know that Flemish uses the informal pronouns "gij/ge/gulle" in spoken language? If you don't, this video is something for you. If you do, you probably don't know how to use them or how the verb conjugation works, in which case this video is also something for you. It's a win-win situation, als ge 't mij vraagt! ;-) = Did this video help you? Then chip in to support my coffee addiction! 🤍 Get a free class on italki: 🤍 & book a class with me: 🤍 For more interesting articles about Dutch grammar, vocabulary and study tips go to my blog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Check out my other channel "Het Vlaamse Woord Van De Week" to learn words commonly used in Belgium: 🤍
RIP Sir Sean Connery This unique concert was presented by Film Festival Ghent & één (VRT), featuring Flemish pop and rock stars. The music was performed by the Brussels Philharmonic, conducted by Dirk Brossé. The concert marked the release of the James Bond film 'Skyfall' on 26 October 2012, as well as the 50th anniversary of the very first James Bond film 'Dr. No'. The Complete Playlist: 'Thunderball' - Pieter Embrechts 'You Only Live Twice' - Noémie Wolfs (Hooverphonic) 'Goldfinger' - Lady Linn 'Tomorrow Never Dies' - Lola (AKS) 'License To Kill' - Barbara Dex 'Live And Let Die' - Sioen 'From Russia With Love' - Paul Michiels 'Surrender' - Jasper Steverlinck 'For Your Eyes Only' - Barbara Dex & Natalia 'A View To A Kill' - Glenn Claes 'Diamonds Are Forever' - Marie Daulne (Zap Mama) 'Another way to die' - Koen Wauters and Eva Jacobs 'Goldeneye' - Natalia VIDEO DISCLAIMER: Video is made for entertainment purposes only. No copyright infringement is intended in the making of this video.
In this video, I'll be reviewing some Dutch study books for beginners. This is a very biased and highly selective review featuring books that I've worked a lot with over the years. Some of them are more recommended for self-study, others would probably work best in a class context. Succes! Are you a beginner? Then watch this video afterwards: 🤍 = Did this video help you? Then chip in to support my coffee addiction! 🤍 Get a free class on italki: 🤍 & book a class with me: 🤍 For more interesting articles about Dutch grammar, vocabulary and study tips go to my blog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Check out my other channel "Het Vlaamse Woord Van De Week" to learn words commonly used in Belgium: 🤍
Hello & Welcome Back to my Channel! heeey so I thought would share with you my thoughts on my relationship to my mother tongue (first language, whatever you wanna call it) in regards to how I've been noticing it change Ophelia's Video: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 Films: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Insta Personal: 🤍 Insta Professional: 🤍 Outro Music: Marxist Arrow by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Artist: 🤍
The final video on how to tie ropes to use for abseiling. In a rope access setting that is. In the previous videos I've shown you two different knots. The Double Fishermans and the Flemish Bend. Today I will show you the Flemish Bend with a Bight. My favourite to use in a working from rope situation. Video's mentioned in this video: How To Join Two Ropes - Double Fisherman Knot IRATA Rope Access Knots: 🤍 F9 vs F8 Which is easier to untie: 🤍 How to pass knots - IRATA rope access level 1 exercise: 🤍 Is the Flemish Bend the best knot to join ropes together : IRATA rope access knots: 🤍 Welcome video where I explain the philosophy behind The Rope Access Channel 🤍 This video is sponsored by: Industrieel Klimmen - 🤍 Your one stop shop for all things rope access. Use coupon code: TRAC at checkout for a €20,- discount with any purchase of over €100,- Connect on: Patreon: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Email: connect🤍theropeaccesschannel.com Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 LineGrip LineScale 3: Follow the link below to get yours and support the channel: 🤍 A revolutionary digital all-in-one bluetooth dyno / load cell. PPE certified, 1280Hz fast, 30kN WLL, and unique onboard-logging of up to 50 hours. The huge load eyes and 90kN breaking strength make it perfectly suited as a generous master point for any type of rigging challenge. LS3 Affiliate discount code: Use code TRAC-vM9-LWc on checkout to get 2,5% discount!! Use for any purchase on Linegrip and support the channel My favorite software to create images of my rigging to support in training, web, video and work method statements: VRigger! 🤍 Use code TRAC10 for a 10% discount! :-) Make sure you enable cookies!This code changes every month so if it does not work for you, shoot me an email or DM on IG/FB/Twitter and I'll send you the correct one I use Tubebuddy to manage this channel: 🤍 CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro 0:15 Why tie the Flemish Bend with a BIGHT 1:22 My favourite knot to join ropes together 2:40 Dressing the Flemish Bend 3:13 Setting the knot 4:18 Sponsored message
In this video we take a closer look at the differences between Dutch as spoken in the Netherlands and Dutch as spoken in Belgium (Flemish). First of all, I do want to reiterate that both of them are the same language. However, there are some differences and in this video we will take a look at them, enjoy... 1:21 : Intro 2:36 : Pronunciation 6:12 : Diminutives 8:20 : Cultural differences 9:45 : Dialect 12:15 : Different words in Dutch and Flemish 16:15 : Outro Want to buy me a coffee ? I really like coffee :) 🤍 Looking to learn language online with a private tutor ? 🤍 (Preply :find a suited tutor and improve the language of your choice) 🤍 (Italki : find a suited tutor and improve the language of your choice) Looking for a Dutch grammar book which might be useful to you ? 🤍 (Basic Dutch : A grammar and workbook by Routledge) 🤍 (Intermediate Dutch : A grammar and workbook by Routledge) 🤍 (Comprehensive Dutch grammar by Routledge) Looking for a Dutch-English dictionary? 🤍 (Van Dale / Routledge Dutch-Ènglish and English – Dutch dictionary) Looking to read some Dutch stories for beginners to intermediate students ? 🤍 (Short Stories in Dutch) Find me on Instagram : 🤍 Do you like photography ? 🤍 If you want to find out what my students think about me, please click on the links below : 🤍 🤍 Bedankt en tot ziens... Dutch Round 1