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Engels | 05-12-2012 | 150 pagina's
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Do you have to visit the IND, are your children doing VWO
and do you live in a Vinex area? Can you recognise BN ers
and do you know BOB? Have you got a DigiD and are you
paying OZB? If this all sounds like double Dutch, then you
need this book!
This fully revised edition of A Dictionary of Dutchness has 400
entries to help unravel the acronyms, abbreviations and
jargon of everyday life in the Netherlands.
This book will help make the Netherlands more welcoming to
foreigners, thanks to its to-the-point explanation of the words and
abbreviations so many of us take for granted.
Amsterdam mayor Job Cohen
This is the perfect guidebook not only to understand what the
Dutch are talking about, but also to begin to understand the
national psyche.The new expanded and updated version is an ideal
corporate gift for internationals or Dutch professionals working in
an international environment.
Gary Hays, HR Vice President Royal Dutch Shell
If I was any more passionate about this book, the vloekmonitor
would call me a TBS-er, and I'd never get a VOG. To find out what
I just said, read this book!
Greg Shapiro, Boom Chicago Amsterdam/Comedy Central News
|Uitgever :||Van Lindonk & de Bres Special Projects|
|Publicatie datum :||05-12-2012|
|Hoogte :||200 mm|
|Breedte :||125 mm|
|Dikte :||13 mm|
|Gewicht :||180 gr|
|Status :||POD (Beschikbaar als print-on-demand.)|
|Aantal pagina's :||150|