Tag Archives: Dutch usage advice

Parasitic plants and buttons: on language imagery

Marten van der Meulen‘s second blog post is about imagery and usage. Writing a usage guide is hard work, not in the least because the subject matter can be dry like a desert. Who but the most hardened language pundits will … Continue reading

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A Dutch Language Club

Usage guides seem to be a typical English language product. As for Dutch, I was only aware of the existence of Eten, vuren en beuken: keiharde regels voor interpunctie by  Wim Daniëls, a Dutch version of Lynne Truss’s Eats shoots and leaves. A … Continue reading

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