Afrikaner - This is the best description of the current climate in South Africa that I've heard and agree with! This is true and I so wish that people all around the world could read this - I am working on a translation, but it is difficult to grasp the same amount of zest in English that can only be putt to its right purpose by means of the Afrikaans language. Will be posting the English translation soon.

Afrikaner - This is the best description of the current climate in South Africa that I've heard and agree with! This is true and I so wish that people all around the world could read this - I am working on a translation, but it is difficult to grasp the same amount of zest in English that can only be putt to its right purpose by means of the Afrikaans language. Will be posting the English translation soon.

Children's Books Forever - Free children's books in German (also in English, Afrikaans, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Indonesian, Japanese, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish)!

Children's Books Forever - Free children's books in German (also in English, Afrikaans, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Indonesian, Japanese, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish)!

afrikaans idioms by Marli Heunis, via Behance - Basically means - In the land of the blind, the guy with one eye is king!

afrikaans idioms by Marli Heunis, via Behance - Basically means - In the land of the blind, the guy with one eye is king!

Christmas words in Afrikaans - Wolcome Oh Silent night of piece under the southerncross -Judith Doubell Somerkersfees Koos du Plessis

Christmas words in Afrikaans - Wolcome Oh Silent night of piece under the southerncross -Judith Doubell Somerkersfees Koos du Plessis

You have got to love this language!!! - The name aardvark is an early Afrikaans word, and it means "earth pig" or "ground pig."  The animals were called this because they live in burrows in the ground, and also they look a little like pigs, even though they are not even remotely related to pigs.

You have got to love this language!!! - The name aardvark is an early Afrikaans word, and it means "earth pig" or "ground pig." The animals were called this because they live in burrows in the ground, and also they look a little like pigs, even though they are not even remotely related to pigs.

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