I should brush up my English. I can understand written English but spoken "what did they say, it was too fast for me".
I don't understand Dutch at all but when reading I get an uncanny feeling that I ought to understand it. It looks so similar to both German and Danish.
"De Britse premier Theresa May voorspelt dat de Brexit “moeilijke tijden” met zich zal meebrengen, zelfs al zijn er positieve economische signalen in het Verenigd Koninkrijk sinds het EU-referendum. Dat heeft ze gezegd tijdens een gesprek op de Andrew Marr Show op BBC One.
Het was het eerste grote interview sinds May op 13 juli premier werd nadat David Cameron ontslag nam naar aanleiding van de uitkomst van het referendum, aldus de Britse openbare omroep op zijn website."
We are famous for "Stockholm syndrome": "Q: Hey, what's up with Matt? His Dad is on social security, his mom got laid off, his sister's kids get free school lunches, he collects federal financial aid for college, and he only makes minimum wage working at Walmarts. Yet he keeps talking about how we need to cut taxes for the wealthy and quit spending so much on social programs. A: Yeah, he thinks he's going to be a millionaire soon. He's got Economic Stockholm Syndrome." (Urban Dictionary)
Post by raspberrybullets on Sept 5, 2016 21:39:00 GMT
Amsterdam is the best city in the whole world, along with Melbourne of course.
The sight filled the northern sky; the imensity of it was scarcely conceivable. As if from Heaven itself, great curtains of delicate light hung and trembled. Pale green and rose-pink, and as transparent as the most fragile fabric, and at the bottom edge a profound fiery crimson like the fires of Hell, they swung and shimmered loosely with more grace than the most skillful dancer. ~ Northern Lights