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June 17th, 2013

Typical Dutch (het Bosch dialect) conversation of a family in 's-Hertogenbosch. Recorded around 1987 on a cassette player/recorder.
The mother is about 80 years old, one grand-son and two daughters.

What the talk about
Grandma did buy a cassette-player which can record to for to much money. Her daughter wend to the shop to complain about that old far to expensive machine. Her behaviour was not polite. The daughter also explains how the recorder works.
Also the talk about food and the use of salt.
Grandma sings a short song.

This dialect is so difficult that people 10km a way from the city do not understand a word of it.

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    Tunefisch 5 months, 1 week ago

    Great recording, very interesting to listen to even if I understand at least every 20th word.

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Type
Mp3 (.mp3)
Duration
22:19:740
Filesize
20.4 MB
Bitrate
1378 kbps
Channels
Stereo
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