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Afrikaans: A Daughter Language of Dutch

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Today's episode is all about the Afrikaans language, its history as a daughter language of Dutch, and I look into the question “How similar are Dutch and Afrikaans?” * Click the link to get a free account at Afrikaanspod101: http://bit.ly/Afrikaanspod101.

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Special thanks to Joop Wijnandts for his Dutch voice recording, and Ernest Mostert for his Afrikaans voice recording. And thanks to Nils Van Dessel for his last minute recording.

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Source for history of Khoisan displacement: “South Africa: A Country Study” by Article by William H. Worger and Rita M. Byrnes. Library of Congress.

Online version: http://memory.loc.gov/master/frd/frdc... (see page 55 of 610).

Music:
Main music: “Erykah” by Otis McDonald.
Outro music: "Tarantula" by MK2.

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