Presentation on theme: "Did you know... Television That programs on the Belgian television are almost every time in English. We use subtitles to watch most of the programs. Comics."— Presentation transcript:
Did you know... Television That programs on the Belgian television are almost every time in English. We use subtitles to watch most of the programs. Comics We have a lot of famous comics.
Did you know... That we have different plugs. You need a travel adaptor to charge your laptop or cell phone in Europe.
Did you know... We drive on the other side of the road. We use kilometres in stead of miles. The steering wheel in a car is on the left side.
Did you know... That Belgium only has one bus company. That you can use your bus ticket on every bus for one hour.
Did you know... That our police officers look like this? That our fire brigade looks like this?
Did you know That these are the most visited places in Brussels The AtomiumManneken pis There are several legends behind this statue, but the most famous is the one about Duke Godfrey III of Leuven. In 1142, the troops of this two-year-old lord were battling against the troops of the berthouts, the lords of Grimbergen, in Ransbeke. The troops put the infant lord in a basket and hung the basket in a tree to encourage them. From there, the boy urinated on the troops of the Berthouts, who eventually lost the battle.
Dutch language Counting One = één Two = twee Three = drie For = vier Five = vijf Six = zes Seven = zeven Eight = acht Nine = negen Ten = tien Talking Good morning = goede morgen Good afternoon = goede middag Good evening = goede avond Hello = hallo Excuse me = excuseer me Goodbye = tot ziens
Dutch language Asking questions Where can I find the toilets? = waar kan ik het toilet vinden? Where is... = Waar is... How do I get there? = Hoe kan ik daar geraken? Emergencies Stop! = stop ! Help! = Help! Watch out! = kijk uit! Don’t ! = niet doen!