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It shares many characteristics both with German and Dutch and is often considered as a variant of one of these languages (see also Dachsprache).Within the modern communities of the Belgian and Dutch provinces of Limburg, intermediate idiolects are also very common, which combine standard Dutch with the accent and some grammatical and pronunciation tendencies derived from Limburgish.This "Limburgish Dutch" is confusingly also often referred to simply as "Limburgish", although in Belgium such intermediate idiolects tend to be called "tussentaal" ("in-between language"), no matter the exact dialect/language with which standard Dutch is combined.Please note: Course fees can be paid by Maestro or V-pay card at our secretariat.The largest city in the northern Netherlands, Groningen is a lively place to live with a well-respected university and thriving local arts scene.
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