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The Dutch language is spoken in the Netherlands, Belgian Flanders and Surinam. These three areas have been working together on linguistic issues, language policy, language teaching and literature for many years. In 1980, the cooperation between the Netherlands and Flanders was confirmed by the founding of the Taalunie. Surinam has been an associate member of the Taalunie since 2004.

http://www.taalunieversum.org
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This site offers information on the certificate Dutch as a Foreign Language. This exam is the official, international exam for Dutch as a Foreign Language for all who learn Dutch all over the world.

http://www.cnavt.org
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From this site you can find some useful material for learning Dutch (online courses, Dutch grammar, Dutch stories and music, Dutch online Radio, digital dictionary).

http://www.nt2examen.nl/index.htm
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Here you can find links on grammar, exercises, pronunciation, etc. You can also learn about an Englishman's Difficulties with the Dutch.

http://www.leren.nl/rubriek/talen/nederlands/
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Here you can find a history of the Dutch language, a course about Dutch culture and a language course for beginners.

http://www.ned.univie.ac.at/
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This Dutch language website is dedicated to the Dutch Language, including a thorough explanation of Dutch phonetics.

http://neon.niederlandistik.fu-berlin.de/
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A touch vocabulary learning website. The programme can be download for free. Use the path Instellingen -> Algemeen -> Taal van het programma to change the menue language to english.

www.teach2000.nl
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Cultural Informations Language of website
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This website presents the ‘canon’ of Dutch heritage. It was developed for primary schools and represents basic knowledge that Dutch children are required to know about their county and culture.

http://www.entoen.nu
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The homepage of the Dutch Foreign Office contains general information about the history and contemporary culture of the Netherlands from statistics, pictures and fun facts to detailed texts and links, for example to radio and television stations.

http://www.minbuza.nl/
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The homepage of the Belgium Foreign Office contains information about the history and contemporary culture of Belgium from statistics, pictures and fun facts to detailed texts and links, for example to radio and television stations.

http://www.diplomatie.be/nl/
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Website in German that provides culture learning material for teachers and students of Dutch.

http://www.niederlande-im-unterricht.de/
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Choose a role (student, tourist, diplomat) and take a guided tour of Flanders.

http://www.flanders.be/
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This is the online counterpart of the increasingly well-known and hilarious book about the “cloggies” and their idiosyncrasies (in English and Dutch).

http://www.undutchables.com/
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