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Pronouns (advanced)

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A pronoun stands in the place of a noun. This section covers six pronouns in more detail: (For a seventh category of pronoun, reflexive...

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Conjunctions (advanced)

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Conjunctions link two elements, usually clauses, together. There are two types of conjunctions: Related

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Nouns

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A noun is a word that names something. It can be a person, animal, thing or abstract concept. In this course you will learn...

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Open and Closed (advanced)

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Verbs

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Verbs describe activities or events. They are essential components of sentences: every normal sentence contains at least one verb.This includes questions and imperatives. Verbs...

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Prepositions

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There are many prepositions in Dutch. In the first place they usually occur in front of a noun or a noun group (hence the...

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Particles

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Particles can be loosely defined a words without a specific meaning but with a definite function in conversation. They are difficult to translate directly...

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Numerals

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Numerals have to do with numbers. There are three different kinds of numerals: cardinals (hoofdtelwoorden) are the numbers themselves ordinals (rangtelwoorden) indicate a place...

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