For French speakers some Dutch sounds are a real challenge, e.g. the h and l. As the h is not pronounced in French, you can easily tell if somebody is French when you hear allo instead of hallo (hello). Furthermore, the l can be pronounced in two different ways in Dutch, whereas in French there is only one.
In the following exercises you can read and study the correct pronunciation of the above-mentioned sounds and other sounds, specially made for French speakers.
This sound is used in words like bal (ball) and kaal (bald).
This sound is used in words like veer (feather), veel (much/many/a lot) and leren (learn).
This sound is used in words like we (we), de (the) and maken (make).
This sound is used in words like deur (door), geul (trench) and kleuren (colours).
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