A2 books (Or: Learning Dutch)

Here is the latest book that I read at The Hague Public Library:

page from a Leespunt book level A2

This book is from Leespunt.nl and has two stories in it: Vader en zoon / Dik (Father and son / Thick). The book is listed at A2 level. I read the first story (15pg) using a Dutch-English dictionary app but I did not use a dictionary app at all for the second story (17pg). If took about an hour in total.

The library has one more A2 book. After that I have a few choices at B1, the next step up in difficulty. Next week!

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