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    I have to learn something with German at Uni, and I was considering Dutch. Anyone know if its hard to learn (all languages are, but still...), and whether Im likely to get it confused with German. Thanks
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    I'm learning Dutch and German, and Dutch is very easy. It's a mixture between English and German, and it is the most similar language to English out there. Some of the words sound funny, but they are enjoyable to pronounce. I would recommend it to anyone who doesn't know another language but wants to know one, and if you want a learning buddy, I can spare some time out of my busy schedule.

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