Phrases you use in the city in Dutch

Phrases you use (in the city)

Learning phrases used in the city in Dutch can be helpful for a number of reasons. Here are a few:

  1. Communication: Knowing these phrases will enable you to communicate more effectively with people in the city who speak Dutch. This can be especially important if you’re visiting the Netherlands or living there for a period of time.
  2. Cultural immersion: Learning these phrases can help you immerse yourself in Dutch culture and feel more connected to the local community. It can also help you gain a deeper understanding of the customs, traditions, and way of life in the city.
Dutch Phrase English Translation
Hallo Hello
[responsivevoice voice="Dutch Female" rate="0.8" buttontext="►"]Goedemorgen Good morning
Goedemiddag Good afternoon
Goedenavond Good evening
Dag Goodbye
Tot ziens Goodbye (formal)
Bedankt Thank you
Alsjeblieft Please (when giving something)
Pardon Excuse me
Mag ik u iets vragen? May I ask you something?
Waar is het toilet? Where is the bathroom?
Ik ben de weg kwijt I’m lost
Ik zoek… I’m looking for…
Hoeveel kost het? How much does it cost?
Kan ik met creditcard betalen? Can I pay with a credit card?
Eén koffie, alstublieft One coffee, please
Ik spreek geen Nederlands I don’t speak Dutch
Kunt u dat herhalen, alstublieft? Can you repeat that, please?
Ik begrijp het niet I don’t understand
Fijne dag! Have a nice day!