Yes, started young born and grew up in Canada with Dutch parents learning English we had a mixed vocabulary as we discovered when we started school. I used to do this a lot now only after I come off the phone to my Dutch folks, or have written a letter in Dutch. My boys and family are used to it. One thing I still often do in dutch and Just a woman who loves younique shirt that is adding numbers funny eh.
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My parents did this all the time, half in Dutch the other half English. No problème for us but our friends would look at us with confusion, loved it. Just read what the Just a woman who loves younique shirt said to my husband and he didn’t notice anything different about it. Had to point it out to him that it was a mixture of 2 languages
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My father’s parents both came from the Netherlands and settled here in Denver. His grandmother on his father’s side refused to speak English she knew English cuz when he would say something she would react but she refused to speak it and always drove him nuts. Oh yes, when friends that would look at me for help when my mom would talk to them and I would have to point out to her that she was phrasing her sentences in Dutch and English