Och Ally, you spit all over my screen when you said that. Say agent instead of spy.
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I have experienced a mid winter whiteout on the high tundra between Alta and Skaidi, I tell you, it's no big deal there is nothing to see, anyway, I must go back there as I think I left the northern lights on.
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So is Danish (which I speak) - odd that is! They also have some wonderful compound words!
I am (well was - would be too rusty these days) the same with being able to read enough of headlines in Dutch between English and Danish.
It seems I'm doomed to getting used to Dutch around for ever more as my eldest now lives there with his Dutch gf and her family! He is already pretty fluent in his spoken but just needs to improve his writing before starting at uni. He is working and will start studying to be a English and French teacher there. I'll possibly even need to make an effort to learn some when we go to visit as some of the family don't speak English!
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Is the 'chcuhichäs' part of it Swiss for kitchen?
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