Which language is more useful? Dutch or Polish?
- MarkLv 77 months ago
Hmmm. Probably Polish. There are a LOT of fluent English-speaker in the Netherlands, but the proportion is much lower in Poland.
- Don VertoLv 77 months ago
Well besides Polish sausage I don't have much use for anything Polish.
I am sure that in Poland Polish is very important.
Dutch is important in the Netherlands ,Belgium and as Afrikaans in South Africa and also in some parts of the Caribbean.
- bluebellbkkLv 77 months ago
Presumably you have reasons for narrowing your choices down to these two languages, and only you can know what those reasons are.
Neither is particularly useful in the world in general, but if you're planning to take up German or Russian later on, then it could be helpful to have a prior knowledge of Dutch or Polish respectively.
But you might be better learning Spanish or Mandarin.
- 7 months ago
If you know Dutch, you can manage in German (at least you make yourself understood in Germany). The rules of grammar and a large part of vocabulary are very close. Dutch is also close to Afrikaans (you never know the future !). What's more, Dutch is easier than Polish.
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- ZirpLv 77 months ago
Depends on where and when
- Mike WLv 77 months ago
Dutch is the more useful of the two.
- .Lv 67 months ago
I would say Dutch.
- CatherineLv 77 months ago
Only the the languages we need personally.
- DontTellMeLv 77 months ago
- 7 months ago
neither tbh ............