Considered the easiest foreign language for native English speakers to learn, Dutch is a great choice for those hoping to expand their global skills. Dutch holds official status in countries from the Caribbean to Europe and is closely related to both German and Afrikaans, making learning more than one language a eeze.
With an estimated half a million Dutch speakers living in the U.S. and Australia, learning Dutch is an asset whether you plan on traveling to the Netherlands or trying out your language skills at a local level.
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Dutch is spoken by 23 million people, not only in the Netherlands, but also in Belgium, the Caribbean, and South America. Having to share a small space among many people, the Dutch have learned to be very assertive in their opinions and needs. The Dutch language reflects these traits in many ways.
It may not be obvious from how Dutch sounds, but apart from Frisian (which is spoken in the Dutch province of Friesland), it is the modern language closest to English and thus the easiest language to learn for native speakers of English!