| Train Village Dutch|
|Spoken in:||Train Village|
|Origin:||Dutch, Lovian English|
|Language family:|| Indo-European|
|Writing system:||Latin script|
|Official language in:||nowhere|
|Regulated by:||no official regulation|
Train Village Dutch is an extinct Lovian dialect that evolved from Dutch, but was heavily influenced by Lovian English. Train Village Dutch was spoken by a minority of Dutch-Lovians in Train Village. It was characterized by an extraordinary spelling. It went extinct in the 1960s. Fortunately, the language is well documented.
- A special word order: De <object referred> dii <qualification of the object> is en die voer <what is happening with it>. The object which is referred to is put first, unlike in Dutch where it is put after the qualification.
- Most words which have the dutch oo sound have the oe sound in Train Village Dutch, due to English influence.
- "ii" and "ie" are pronounced like West Frisian "ii": /iː/.
- De sloen dii groet is en die voer men opent.
- English: A great saloon for men is opening.
- Dutch: Een prachtige saloon voor mannen opent.
- Yes, dii liemoen iis niit ta groet.
- English: Yes, that lemon is not too big.