For nerdfighters from or living in Belgium. (Because I refuse to believe I am the only one living here)
Latest Activity: Dec 27, 2012
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I think that you'll be able to get along just fine using English- most Dutch people speak english- but it'll probably halp to learn a little bit beforehand.
Hey guys :) I'm hopefully going to be living in Leuven next year for school. I've heard that the town speaks Dutch. I know about five words in Dutch, but all my relatives are Dutch, so I could get them to help me out a bit. How important will it be to learn the language? Should I try to pick it up a bit before I leave, or will it be easy to pick up once I get there? I know a bit of German, will that be helpful? Um is there anything else I should know before I come? Thanks :)
So, did anyone go the booksigning today?
I was there shortly but I couldn't stay when the group left to go to a park (I think thats where they went) cause my parking ticket was about to expire :C
So if anybody went, how was the afternoon? :D
In Bruges: Saturday May 21st at 3:30 PM, I'll be reading and signing at The Bookstore Reyghere, Markt 12, 8000 Bruges (t + 32 50 33 34 03)For directions: http://www.dereyghere.be/contact.htmlIf you want to go to the KJV event in Bruges at the Concertgebouw the next day, you need to RSVP to email@example.com I'll be reading from 2:10 to 2:40 PM and signing from 4:00 to 5:00 PM.
That's what John said in the description of his vid about Amsterdam. I think that the 21th one is free and you just have to show up at the store (I hope so) But for the other event I think you'll have to contact the organization.
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