What's in a Name? Changing Labels for the Dutch Language
(Roel Vismans) THE LOW COUNTRIES - 2013, № 21, PP. 262-269
One has good reasons to be confused by the names for the Dutch language, both in English and Dutch. The author brings some order in the confusion. You will learn here everything you always wanted to know about: “Diets”, “Nederduits”, “Nederlands”, “Vlaams”, “Hollands” and even “verkavelingsvlaams”, a kind of colloquial in-between language spoken in Flanders.
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