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1. Netherlands are also known as Muslim, Islamic and Pakistanis, which is why the word Muslim, in any Dutch newspaper, is an obvious misnomer. Muslim is not a race, or even a religious group. It is edmonton muslim an ethnic identity. A nationality, if you will. 2. In the Netherlands, Islam is the country's most popular religion and the second most popular religion in the country, after Christianity. In 2011, Muslims comprised 6.4% of the population, compared to 5.2% in 2011, the last time that data was collected. This is a far cry from the 20% share that they attained in the late 90's.3. According to the most recent Pew Research Center study, approximately 60% of the world's Muslims don't belong to any religion. In the United States, Muslims are far more likely to belong to one of the Abrahamic religions than not. 4. The Netherlands' Muslim population is much larger than that of any other country in Europe. In the Netherlands, there are nearly 1.3 million Muslims (or roughly 2% of the entire population). The number of Muslims in the Netherlands (both Muslims and non-Muslims) is almost the same as that of Canada, which has a Muslim population of 2.3 million. 5. The Netherlands has the largest number of Muslim immigrants per capita in Europe. The Netherlands has an immigrant population that is almost a quarter the size of that of France (around 5 million) or Germany (around 4.7 million). 6. The Netherlands is a place that is very open-minded and multicultural. Muslims comprise about 4.5% of the total population, while Christians (mainly Catholics) represent about 25.6%. The Muslim community is also growing, from 15.7% to 17% of the total in the last decade. 7. In addition to being the country where the Prophet Muhammad was born, it is also home vivastreet pakistani to the most famous mosque in Europe: the Kaabur Mosque (known as Islam's Great Mosque) built in the early 10th century. A mosque is a traditional building with a minaret, and the Kaabur Mosque is the most important building in all of western Europe, with its towering minaret and two minarets. 8. Dutch society is diverse, with many ethnic groups. The country is divided into 5 districts which are all called fritijeen, which is a Dutch way of calling it by its Dutch name: Frithijferende. In addition, there are several dialects of Dutch which are spoken by many different ethnic groups. One of the most distinct dialects is that spoken in eastern Frisia, which is very closely related to the Dutch dialect spoken in western Frisia. The other Dutch dialects are usually very different from the eastern ones, so you should really ask someone to explain it to you before you start trying to learn it. The most noticeable difference between the dialects is that while the eastern dialects can be quite strong, they tend to be more formal than the western dialects, making them more like a "cool" accent than a typical, conversational one. However, these dialects are usually fairly similar to each other, and you can usually get the gist of what one is like in only about 2-4 tries of speaking it.
The city of Amsterdam is very densely populated with immigrants, but there are a number of Dutch communities outside of the city and even in the countryside that you are more likely to find out about from others than you are from the Dutch government or the people who live there. Here are just a few of the places that you can go and meet people.
The oldest Dutch city outside of the capital is Breda. Most of the Dutch-speaking people who live in Amsterdam don't really like the Dutch dialect that much. This may be a result of being from an eastern part of the country, where the English isn't spoken, as it is in the Netherlands, but the fact is that the country is now dominated by immigrants, and if the language of the majority is still considered archaic, it will be very sweedish men hard to maintain a conversation with anyone that doesn't speak a sex dating bristol native dialect. There is no shortage of native Dutch speakers in Breda, but most will be older than you, and they have much indian matrimonial sites in canada higher levels of education than you. They will likely have a very good conversation about anything that's interesting to them, so you can talk to them about their lives or muslims marriage talk about how the country you are visiting has changed over time.
Most of the English speakers of the Dutch population in the Netherlands do speak in an extremely good Dutch dialect. If you're a native English speaker, this might uae girls not mean much to you, but the Dutch population speaks in a very good English dialect, so chances are you can make it seem very natural to them.
If you speak a German language, try to make some friends in your new area, even if you don't speak German. In many small towns, there will be several native German speakers who can make a conversation. It's very common to meet other immigrants in a German village (or town) who are new to the Netherlands and want to get to know the local Dutch people better. A good place to start would be the Dutch coffee shop or grocery store. The English would understand them and make the conversations seem as natural to them as possible.
Many Dutch people are happy to have someone to talk to in a bar. It's always nice to hang out with people who don't just talk to you as you wait in line. And if you are a local, you will most probably talk to lots of Germans.
So, what's next for you as an English speaking foreigner? You need to get out of the Netherlands and get yourself acclimated to the Dutch ways and culture. As an English speaking person, it's easy to start with a good conversation, but it will be a real struggle to keep it up over time. This is where things like English lessons will come in handy.