"Dutch a German accent? If that were true I'd know my German well... "
well accent is probably the wrong word
it should be dialect
Dutch is a descendant of Old Frankish which is also the parent language of Afrikaans.
Old Frankish was the language of the Franks and it is classified as a West Germanic language. Once it was spoken in areas covering modern France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
DaVince This fool just HAD to have a custom rating
26th March, 2007 at 05:47:08 -
German != Germanic. The two languages grew apart too much in the meantime. I think German is difficult.
English and Danish fluently. I learnt a bit of Japanese and even went to Japan for a few weeks, but I don't speak it well enough to maintain anything more than an elementary conversation about very basic things.
I can talk almost all dialects of finnish, (not helsinki dialect), and i can talk in traditional finnish, also I can talk Swedish, english (Gb and AE), HTML, and I know few words of russian, latin, saame, french, chinese, japanese and german.
I have proven new mathematic formula to be true...