Every week two teams are battling each other to win a price for their
supporterscabin. The team exists out of three famous Dutch people and
are leaded by 'Jeroen van Koningsbrugge' and 'Peter Heerschop/Guus
Meeuwis'. Presentation is done by 'Linda de Mol'.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 90 minutes
Ik Hou van Holland - Comparison of Afrikaans and Dutch - Netflix
Afrikaans is a daughter language of Dutch and—unlike Netherlands Dutch,
Belgian Dutch and Surinamese Dutch—a separate standard language rather
than a national variety. As an estimated 90 to 95% of Afrikaans
vocabulary is ultimately of Dutch origin, there are few lexical
differences between the two languages; however, Afrikaans has a
considerably more regular morphology, grammar, and spelling.
Ik Hou van Holland - Verb conjugations - Netflix
In Afrikaans verbs, the same form is generally used for both the
infinitive and the present tense, with the exception of wees (“to be”)
conjugated as is and hê (“to have”) conjugated as het, and there is no
inflection for person; contrast ek gaan (“I go”) with ik ga, hy doen
(“he does”) with hij doet, and julle was (“you (plural) were”) with
jullie waren. The past participle is usually regularly formed by adding
the prefix ge- to the verb, hence gedoen (“done”) is formed from doen in
Afrikaans, although Dutch gedaan survives in Afrikaans as welgedaan!
(“well done!”) One exception is the verb hê (“to have”) of which the
past participle is gehad. All other verbs use the existing form as the
past participle. For example, “to pay” is betaal and “I have paid” is
“ek het betaal”, while “to translate” is “vertaal” and “he has
translated” is hy het vertaal; Dutch would use betaald (from betalen)
and vertaald (from vertalen) respectively.
Ik Hou van Holland - References - Netflix