Stretching over NW Europe are the West Germanic languages. Just because you can speak one doesn't mean you can speak another, but they do share language features. Flemish is a version of Dutch that is mainly spoken in Flanders - the Northern part of Belgum. Try it and see how it differs from Dutch.§Learn Flemish with uTalk
About two thirds of the Belgian population speaks Flemish.
Flemish has a very different pronunciation to Dutch - for example, the letter g is pronounced softly in Flanders but is guttural in the Netherlands.
There are plenty of vocabulary differences between Flemish and Dutch - for example, the word 'schoon' in Flemish means 'beautiful' but in the Netherlands it means 'clean'.
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