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Renee van Ginkel

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Hi all!
I am living in Israel.
I speak to my daughter in dutch, my husband and everybody else in hebrew, and i speak with my husband english.
She is now 1.5 and i want to take her to the kindergarden. The most suitable kindergarden for us is a bilingual one: Hebrew/Arabic. Of course living in israel i think it would be extremely amazing if she could understand or even speak a bit of arabic but for me personally it is most important that her development in dutch will not suffer from this fourth language. the arabic exposure will only happen in the kindergarden so thats 5 days a week half a day, and only by half the people in the kindergarden. 
what do you guys think?


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